More than half of the Accord-inspected 1,600 garment factories have not installed adequate fire detection and prevention system yet, according to latest findings. On the sixth Tazreen factory fire anniversary, advocacy group Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) revealed this, findings urging the Bangladesh government to support the Accord’s appeal to lift the restraining order. Another rights group-Industriall Global Union-announced that the transition Accord signed by nearly 200 global fashion brands and retailers will run its activities from Amsterdam office in case of failure to operate in Bangladesh.” Grave concerns remain, as for example 56 per cent of the factories without proper fire alarm still fail to have adequate systems in place,” the campaign group said in a statement issued.