Chittagong accounts for most of Bangladesh's domestic steel supply, so even though working conditions are harsh and dangerous, and despite the (probable) violations of the Basel convention on the Transnational Movement of Hazardous Waste, it's doubtful that this outsourced industry is going to clean up its act anytime soon. Ships about to die are worth too much money to get sentimental, or picky about OSHA standards. A boiled egg though...... this is the painting mentioned in the last article
Child labour. The Chittagong and Alang shipbreaking yards are where most of the world's commercial shipping go to die.