The trust was aware that violence at work was a major problem and so took measures to analyse why this was the case.
What does VAW stand for?
VAW stands for Violence at Work
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of VAW
We have 22 other meanings of VAW in our Acronym Attic
- Voluntary Accelerated Vehicle Retirement (California)
- Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads, Inc.
- Value Added Voice Services (phone service feature)
- Veterans Administration Volunteer Services
- Veterans Affairs Voluntary Service
- Veterans Against the Vietnam War
- Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used in 1948 and from 1956 to date)
- Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (US Navy)
- Vardø, Norway - Svartnes (Airport Code)
- Violence Against Women
- Voice of Afghan Women
- Von Amts Wegen (German: Officially)
- Vancouver Amateur Winemakers Association (Canada)
- Violence Against Women Act of 1994 (US)
- Violence Against Women Alliance (UK)
- Vacuum Assisted Wound Closure (surgery)
- Violence against Women and Children (Rutgers School of Social Work; New Jersey)
- Virginia American Water Company
- Vitis Amsterdamensis Wine Club (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
- Value-Added Warehousing and Distribution
Samples in periodicals archive:
Richard Hampton, local support and development services manager at NHS Protect, said: "Staff committed to providing our national health service should never be expected to suffer violence at work and it will not be tolerated.
Byline: ALEX HICKEY POLICE, council chiefs and health and safety officers have launched a crackdown on violence at work.
The discussion involved a cross-section of those experienced in tackling violence at work issues, and included representatives from the bookmaking industry.
The study found that 43 percent of personal support workers endure physical violence at work on a daily basis, while another quarter face such violence every week.
ALMOST a third of UK nurses suffer frequent violence at work, according to research published today.
The Blyth Valley Safer Towns initiative, running up to Friday, June 9 includes advice to stores on how to reduce violence at work and protect vulnerable staff.