24th April, 2013
On 24th April 2013, the Rana Plaza, located in a suburb near Dhaka, Bangladesh, collapsed upon itself-eight stories of iron and cement crumbled to earth killing more than 1,000 workers. It was probably the worst industrial accident in South Asia since the Bhopal disaster in 1984, and the worst ever in the garment industry. But it goes deeper than that. Clothing companies, after all have been to the fore in "corporate social responsibility" (CSR). Though CSR tends to be seen as a moral matter, it comes down to the hard practicalities of companies' reputations and risk registers during this Savar tragedy. Orion Pharma extends its hands providing lifesaving medicines like plasma expander, saline, antibiotic, pain killer, anti-ulcerant etc. Also Orion provides equipment and accessories along with the technical expertise to facilitate the rescue process from the beginning to until announce the complete of rescue operation.