North-east safety firm helps to bridge gap between academia and industry

David Jamieson, Salus Technical founder & managing director

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ABERDEENSHIRE-headquartered process safety firm Salus Technical have teamed up with the University of Edinburgh to provide the next generation of engineers the opportunity to work with real-life industry software.

Bowtie Master will be available free of charge to university students with degrees related to Process Safety Engineering.

Aimed at enhancing and streamlining the risk assessment process across a range of sectors, Bowtie Master will give these students the opportunity to experience pioneering industry-relevant software as part of their studies.

David Jamieson, Salus Technical managing director and founder, will carry out a lecture for undergraduate students on their Chemical Engineering degree course which will form part of a module on ‘Advanced Process Safety’, said: “Bowtie diagrams are an excellent training tool to help understand our risks, the management of our barriers and what can make them fail.

“A cloud-based application, Bowtie Master facilitates the building and sharing of these bowtie diagrams, offering unprecedented capabilities to design, collaborate on and share these diagrams across disciplines and organisations.”


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