A deadly fire at the Tampaco Foils factory in Tongi, Bangladesh, killing thirty people caused the International labor-rights and factory-safety groups to force the Bangladesh government to speed up and expand the country’s industrial-safety-improvement program. Low cost manufacturing is the backbone of the Bangladesh economy, which is the third largest clothing exporter of clothing. Due to the increase in factories to accommodate the manufacturing needs, safety regulations have slipped and lead to many industrial accidents. In response to the various industrial accidents in the area, an international safety coalition was there to inspect thousands of factories and help with financial support for improvements to infrastructures and fire safety. Bangladesh’s government along with International Labor Organization was also conducting safety inspection in thousands of factories in the area. It seem that Bangladesh’s government and International labor organization have been focusing more on the 5000 garment factories and put the other factories on the backburner. The recent deadly fire Tampaco Foils factory has lead the international labor organization and workers right consortium, as well as several other organizations, to urge Bangladesh government to accelerate and increase their safety campaign in all factories in the area. Employees have the right to work in a safe environment and the global companies involved in manufacturing products in Bangladesh, should require that these improvement are made in order to produce these products in Bangladesh. I am not in the manufacturing industry, but I do work in the shipping industry and if we do not have an excellent safety record, then out customers will pull business from us. We emphasis out safety slogan that Safety is our Franchise to Operate and out safety goal is no harm to people, no harm to equipment, and no harm the environment. This should be everyone’s goal regardless of the industry you work in.