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But finally I found that in safety and work-related contexts, it means 'Program Review and Workshop'. That is the only context I had (the one I provided) and the abbreviation does not come up again. I am going to ask the client anyway but thought that someone with lots of experience would know. Also hardwire is not a technical word here but safety jargon (meaning something built-in, well-rooted). Thanks for your help though.
Frankly, I don't see how anybody is going to help here, unless you give a lot more context. Who has written the text, what does it refer to, etc.
It could mean just about anything and it could make sense. See:
[PDF] City Council Summary - 05/23/06 (PDF)File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML
recommendation for the Parks, Recreation and Waterfront Department (PRW) in the City ... Item 36: Fiscal Year 2007 Proposed Budget and Work Plan Update ...
webserver.ci.berkeley.ca.us/citycouncil/2006citycouncil/packet/052306/05-23s.pdf - Similar pages
This still doesn't give any real clues. Safety in relation to what type of system? No evidence, that I can see, that PR" = past relevant work. And how could you hardwire something into past relevant works???
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[PDF] Appendix 5 of ssr184 (ERA Appendix 7: Re-instatement of Water ...File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML
PRW. Process Return Water (Av 15/703 to 10/3/04) ... An upgrade of the Process Water System at Ranger has been in progress as follow-on to ...
www.environment.gov.au/.../ssr/pubs/ssr184-app5-era-report-... - Similar pages