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Wahid Adnan


Free Mitglied, Dhaka

Victim of Shipbreaking Industry

Saiful Islam (47) lost one of his eyes by a hot tiny metal particle while cutting a steel plate using oxy-acetylene torch in ship breaking yard. He was not provided with the protective eyegear to use in work.

Huge casualties occurs causing loss of lives every year in ship breaking industry due to lack of proper safety management. An alarming statistics shows such casualties left around 600 workers killed and another three thousand injured or disabled in the last 15 years. The casualties mainly result from oil or gas chamber blasts, flammable substances, fall from high places, manual carrying of heavy steel sheets etc. The labors reside in a most unhygienic condition, sleeping on the floors in-group and taking poor foods.

Kommentare 10

  • Jens Urbach 4. Januar 2011, 16:55

    Money is the God for the owners .
    Human Life is not importent .They can change the workers every day.
  • Ralph - Steffen Friedlein 26. Februar 2009, 4:02

    stark!
    Lg Ralph
  • zoodiac (Branislav Bielik) 30. September 2008, 17:22

    why that radical crop? this face.... has great potential it deserves more space on pic...
  • Andrej Nagode 16. August 2008, 12:20

    +++
  • Maguire 19. Juli 2008, 19:53

    outstanding documentary photography
  • PINDORIUS 19. Juli 2008, 12:40

    strong eye
  • Maria Simona Monti 18. Juli 2008, 17:16

    good photo-reporter!
    ciao__________ms
  • Annemarie van der Westhuysen 18. Juli 2008, 13:59

    Superb!
  • Claudio Micheli 18. Juli 2008, 12:16

    Great doc!
    +++++++++
    Ciao
  • MolleArt 18. Juli 2008, 9:07

    Very good!

    Matthias

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