Statistics like these are why the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) sponsors Drive Safely Work Week each year during the first week of October.
What does DSWW stand for?
DSWW stands for Drive Safely Work Week
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
We have 3 other meanings of DSWW in our Acronym Attic
- Division Support Weapon System
- Dripping Springs Water Supply Corporation (public utility company; Dripping Springs, TX)
- David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (Nairobi, Kenya)
- Dead Stock with Tags (clothing)
- Discrete Stationary Wavelet Transform (physics)
- Dynamic Spectral Weight Transfer
- Disaster Service Worker Volunteer (Governor's Office of Emergency Services; California)
- Disaster Service Worker Volunteer Program (Canada)
- Designing Switched WAN (Wireless Area Network) and Voice Solutions (computer networking)
- Designing Switched Wide-Area Network Voice Solutions
- Data Service Cross-connect
- Data Synchronization Extensions (Pumatech Inc.)
- Deployable Structures Experiment (aerospace)
- Designing for the Sexes (TV program)
- Digital Cross Connect
- Digital Signal Cross-Connect
- Douala Stock Exchange (Cameroon)
- Digital Signal Cross Connect - Level 1
- Digital Signal Cross Connect, Level N
- Digital Signal Level 1 Cross Connect
Samples in periodicals archive:
In support of this year's Drive Safely Work Week in the US, Road Safety Week in the UK and European Health and Safety Week, Interactive Driving Systems is providing the following seven winter driving tips.
Nationwide urges everyone to observe Drive Safely Work Week COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Nationwide Insurance analyzed claims data from 2012 and found that Friday may be the most risky day to drive to work, with its members having the highest average number of claims per day at 4,664.
Agency launches online resource for Drive Safely Work Week WASHINGTON, Oct.
Drive Safely Work Week 2012 toolkits available at no cost now at http://www.
To raise awareness of the need to pay attention and drive, the Minnesota Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) encourages all employers to participate in the Drive Safely Work Week campaign, October 4- 8.
Lee also has helped to shape NETS Strength in Numbers Fleet Safety Benchmark program and has consistently been a member of the steering committee for its annual Drive Safely Work Week campaign.
That's why the Minnesota Network of Employers for Traffic Safety is promoting ten positive steps for responsible driving as part of the 10th annual Drive Safely Work Week campaign -- October 2-6, 2006.