WORC


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AcronymDefinition
WORCWestern Organization of Resource Councils
WORCWork and Organization Research Centre (Tilburg University; Netherlands)
WORCWorkforce Organizations for Regional Collaboration (Washington, DC)
WORCWhatcom Opportunities Regional Center (Bellingham, WA)
WORCWorking Organization for Retarded Children and Adults (Lake Success, NY)
WORCWorker Ownership Resource Center (New York)
WORCWork Oriented Rehabilitation Center
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A goniometer was used to measure ROM; VAS was used for rest, activity, and nocturnal pain; ASESS-100, C-M scale, and WORC index values were used for functional measurements.
The Western Ontario Rotator Cuff (WORC) Index, developed in 2003, is an example of a tool that offers a good, reliable and valid way of measuring quality of life in patients with rotator cuff pathology.
"At capacity, the WORC can generate up to 90,000 carbon credits per year," said Widdell.
That designation allows the WORC to receive foreign investments and invest it in new business ventures that eventually show a significant economic impact and create jobs in the county.
Life's WORC's improved its energy performance by managing energy strategically across the entire organization and by making cost-effective improvements to its building(s).
The WORC Program goal is to help consumers secure competitive jobs in the community, jobs that pay at least minimum wage and where co-workers are primarily people without disability.
POSSIBLE ONE-DAY SQUAD: Vaughan, Trescothick, V S Solanki (Worc), J O Troughton (Warwicks), A McGrath (Yorks), Collingwood, Flintoff, Clarke, Read, Giles, Batty, Anderson, Hoggard, D Gough (Yorks), R J Kirtley (Sussex).
Kristin Breder, Saint-Gobain Abrasives, Higgins Grinding Technology Center, Worc ester, MA, is chairperson for TWA3, a committee concerned with tests and standards for hardness and porosity of structural ceramics.
USDA's much awaited announcement of new regulations to promote fair competition in livestock markets comes in response to a 1996 petition from the Western Organization of Resource Councils (WORC) which seeks to restrict captive markets -- the use by packers of cattle they own and feed themselves -- or cattle procured through long-term contracts, not on the open market.
Richard Parks, chair of the Western Organization of Resource Councils (WORC) which organizes communities in 10 states increasingly in response to the threat of gold mining and exploration, believes firmly that the whole business needs some re-evaluation.
An initiative of the Canadian Union of Post Workers, the WORC is an ambitious experiment in community outreach.