"For a law graduate apparently it seems unusual to seek opportunities in industrial sectors through QMS, EMS, Risk Management and Social Compliance. But on the contrary I found it an ideal blend because Compliance means to me a significant part of Legal Jurisprudence.
Most probably due to my absorption in the culture of industrial management as a corporate personal in Bangladesh, which has already caught global attention as becoming one of the fastest growing economy in the world I have started to focus on sustainable development. Cynically true that I am not surprised about the irresponsible and often dangerous approach of the corporate culture towards environment and social protection, because it is a bitter fact of every economy racing for development. Rather I would like to focus on the pressure points where the other stakeholders like the government, civil society and judicial bodies have much to contribute to create and sustain a fine balance between economic development and social development. I firmly believe that only financial development without strategic, smart and optimal use of the natural resources can never be the synonyms of social development.
Besides my LL.B. and LL.M. degrees from Dhaka University I have completed my Diploma in Social Compliance from BIM and Lead Auditor courses on ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management System) and ISO 14001:2015 (Environment Management System), both accredited by IRCA, UK.
Having experience in large apparel manufacturing sector like Fakir Apparels Limited and group of companies like Kazi Farms Group, the largest poultry firm in Bangladesh I have found interesting distinctions between buyer driven and producer driven supply chain system in the commitment of corporate culture towards sustainable development. Hence, I have found my major drive to address the issues of corporate psychology more practically to be motivated and controlled to protect the environment and the society."