University of Minnesota Hazardous Materials and Hazwoper Training - Midwest Consortium for Waste Worker Training - The University of Minnesota Hazardous Materials and Hazwoper Training program provides hands-on training and continuing education for hazmat professionals in the field. We provide training for waste site workers, engineers, industrial hygienists, emergency management professionals, police officers, firefighters, paramedics, and other health and safety professionals.The Midwest Consortium for Hazardous Waste Worker Training is funded in part by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) to develop, present and evaluate model worker training programs to help employers comply with 29 CFR 1910.120. We offer in-person hazmat and hazwoper training, custom trainings at our site or yours to meet the needs of groups and companies, and community workshops.

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City: -93.2166 Minnesota, United States

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    Have just started to use Creator 2012. Using it to create and convert personal DVD content from camcorders. Almost every function I have tried has resulted in the program crashing. Unbelievably poor experience so far. Brand new PC, Windows 7 - 64 bit, i5, 16GB RAM.

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    I am happy with the appearance of these roof racks for my Honda CR-V. These would be good for some items, like bikes and canoes, etc., but for items that require a side mount they will not work unless you attach by going thru the car--not so ideal. But this because of the racks that come on the car and not these crossbars. In terms of installation, the racks installed with relative ease with slight difficulty in aligning the holes. Also the side to side adjustment is not very good as you must take them apart and adjust and then put back on the roof. This is hard to get exactly right and I should have just left them as they came. Yes I would recommend this to someone looking for appearance but not for practicality for putting storage on the roof.

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