Seven out of 10 companies failed to have a supplier code of conduct © Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images
Seven out of 10 companies failed to have a supplier code of conduct © Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images

Workers 'losing hands' in automotive supply chains

14 July 2021

Workers in India’s automotive supply chain are suffering horrific injuries such as loss of hands and fingers due to lack of safety protocols in factories, a study has found.

The Safetyniti 2021 study by the Safe in India Foundation (SII) looked at 10 major car companies and said findings indicated a “disrespect for the lives of workers and the conditions in which they work”.

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