The JV (signed on February 4, 2013) will be known as Q Avalon, and is a member of IRATA, with Avalon being experienced in the fields of working at heights and safety systems design and installation.
What does WAH stand for?
WAH stands for Working At Height
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We have 30 other meanings of WAH in our Acronym Attic
- World Amateur Golf Team Championships (now known as International Golf Federation)
- Western Australian Group of University Librarians
- Women Against Gun Violence
- Wet Arbeid Gehandicapte Werknemers (Dutch: Handicapped Persons Employment Act; The Netherlands)
- Washington (Amtrak station code; Washington, MO)
- We Are Here
- We As Human (Christian band)
- Web Application Hosting
- Western Alamance High School (North Carolina)
- Women and Health Training Programme (Centre for Health Education, Training and Nutrition Awareness; India)
- Working At Home
- World Academy of Hypnosis
- Wachhabender (German Military Watch Guard)
- West Adams Heritage Association (Los Angeles, CA)
- Westerville Area Homeschool Association (Westerville, OH)
- Whatcom Alliance for Healthcare Access (Whatcom County, WA)
- Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association
- Wisconsin Arabian Horse Association
- Work at Home Agent
- World Association of Home Army Soldiers (Poland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Abu Dhabi With 53 lives lost in 2011, working at heights and falling objects continue to be the leading cause of death on worksites in Abu Dhabi, health officials said.
Paul Cartwright, trading as Cartwright Construction, was fined for failing to ensure his workers' safety while working at height at a building site off Conway Road in Pontcanna, Cardiff.
Construction industry advisors and the Health and Safety Executive will focus on the risks from untidy sites, working at height, manual handling, transport and asbestos.
HSE Construction Inspector Debbie John said: "Earlier this year, HSE carried out spot checks on sites where refurbishment was being carried out, and the main issue identified was failure to manage the risks from working at height.
Since the fatal accident a full internal review of all safety systems regarding working at height was undertaken.
This tragedy could have easily been avoided if the two companies had properly planned the work to ensure adequate safety measures were in place for people working at height.