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SWISEQUEL (Structured English Query Language) Web Interface
SWIStanding with Israel
SWISteering Wheel Interface (various companies)
SWISocial Work Intern
SWIStandard Work Instruction
SWISolidworks Integration
SWISwitch Interface
SWISummus Wavelet Image
SWISoftware Interrupt
SWISoftware Interrupt (ARM CPU instruction)
SWISuntory Wine International (various locations)
SWISteuer und Wirtschaft International (German international tax journal; various locations)
SWISusceptibility Weighted Imaging (diagnostic testing)
SWISocial Welfare Institute
SWISecure Windows Initiative (Microsoft)
SWISite Work Instruction (construction)
SWISocial Work Institute (various locations)
SWISoftware Item (US DoD)
SWISelf-Reported Work-Related Illness (UK)
SWIScharff Weisberg, Inc. (New York)
SWISterile Water for Injection
SWISpecial Weather Intelligence (US DoD)
SWISoftware Infrastructure
SWISteel Window Institute (Cleveland, Ohio)
SWIStatic Walkthrough Inspection
SWISafe Wireless Initiative
SWISafe Work Instructions (various companies)
SWISilent Witness Initiative (various locations)
SWISynthetic Worlds Initiative (research center; Indiana University)
SWISozialistischer Widerstand International (German: International Socialist Resistance; Austria)
SWISystemware Innovation (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
SWIStatewide Intake
SWIInitial Water Saturation (petroleum engineering)
SWIStone Wall Initiative
SWISummer Warmth Index
SWISwish Movie File
SWISpecific Work Instruction
SWISkiing While Intoxicated
SWIStormwater Inflow
SWIStandard Work Item
SWISamahang Walang Iwanan (Filipino: Friends Forever)
SWISeaworthiness Impairment
SWISoil Wetness Indicator
SWIStrategic Weather Initiative (Mathnet TV series)
SWISimultaneous Wireless Interpretation
SWISustainable World Investigation
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1 days per worker) due to self-reported work-related illness or workplace injury.
From a survey of self-reported work-related illness, the TUC has identified that women are more likely to be attacked in the workplace than men and that disorders associated with heavy lifting, awkward posture, repetitive tasks, are the most common complaints, although stress is the leading concern.