A group set up to improve safety in Bangladesh’s garment industry after the Rana Plaza disaster in 2013 is warning global fashion firms that they will have to stop sourcing from some factories if the watchdog is forced to close soon,” report says. The consequences of a closure of the Accord liaison office in Bangladesh will be significant, immediate, and damaging,” said Joris Oldenziel, the Deputy Director of the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh. More than 200 firms – including the world’s top fashion retailers like Zara-owner Inditex and H&M – signed the legally-binding, five-year agreement after at least 1,100 people were killed when the Rana Plaza complex collapsed.