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Canadian Dam Association announces new safety workshop

TORONTO, Ontario, Canada 2/1/12 (PennWell) -- The Canadian Dam Association has developed a new two-day workshop designed to minimize dam risk to the general public.

The workshop, titled "Dams and Public Safety," is based on CDA Guidelines for Public Safety Around Dams.

CDA says the goal of the workshop is to provide practical information by using "realistic case studies and tools that can immediately be applied for assessment of public safety risks".

All instructors are trained in CDA methodology and materials, and classes will be limited in size to encourage participation.

The first of five planned workshops will take place March 5-6 in Toronto. For more information or to register, visit the CDA's workshop page.

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