In 2006, the town recorded 3,600 lost work days from its 1,000 employees.
What does LWD stand for?
LWD stands for Lost Work Day
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of LWD
We have 31 other meanings of LWD in our Acronym Attic
- Little White Dress
- Little White Duck
- Littoral Warfare Data
- Living Well with A Disability
- Logging While Drilling (oil drilling industry)
- Lolly Wolly Doodle (clothing)
- Lone Wolf Development, Inc. (gaming)
- Long Way Down
- Long Way Drivers (gaming)
- Long Wheel Drive (cars)
- Low-Water Data
- Labor and Workforce Development Agency (California)
- Lakes and Waterways Development Authority (India)
- Lean Weight per Day of Age (beef production)
- Living Will Directive Act of 1994 (Kentucky)
- Local Workforce Development Area (Texas)
- Long Wavelength Demonstration Array (astrophysics)
- Land Warfare Data Base
- Local Workforce Development Board (various locations)
- Lake Wildwood Duplicate Bridge Club
Samples in periodicals archive:
The healthcare sector leads all other industries, with 45% of all nonfatal assaults against workers resulting in lost work days in the US.
The symptoms range from acne to depression and Allergy UK estimates it costs society more than pounds 1bn a year in terms of lost work days and treatment.
Just looking at the number of people we get back to work, the number of lost work days and similar measurements--those areas have improved," says David Mikulina, Hyatt's assistant vice president of risk management.
In 2002, they heard these words roughly twice per month, resulting in nearly two dozen lost work days from employees at Wexner Heritage House, a 200-bed skilled nursing facility in Columbus, Ohio.
National VPP sites experience 60-80% less lost work day injuries than would be expected of an average site in their industry," said MIOSHA Director Doug Kalinowski.
The program, which became effective June 16, will initially cover individual worksites on OSHA's primary list that reported 14 or more injuries or illnesses resulting in lost work days or restricted activity for every 100 fulltime workers.