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Laura Dawson

Day in the Life with Andrea

We recently sat down with Andrea Ferdinands, a Process Safety Engineer at Salus Technical, to find out a bit more about what her role involves, where it sits within the team and what she likes most about it. Interested to hear about what it’s like to work in the Team at Salus? See our Careers page for the latest job ads or ask us on LinkedIn! What does a normal workday look like for you? A normal work day starts with checking emails and getting started on my to-do list, which has a mixture of tasks, from social posts for

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3 elements of a bowtie diagram
Laura Dawson

What are the 3 elements of a Bowtie Diagram?

What are the 3 main elements of a bowtie diagram? Bowtie diagrams consist of three main elements.  The diagram is a visual representation of the relationships between three elements. The diagram visualizes an event with its perceived threats, consequences, and barriers that mitigate the threat or prevent the consequences. The 3 elements of a Bowtie Diagram: 1. Top Event The top event is situated in the middle of the bowtie diagram. It is the reason why the bowtie diagram is being made. The top event, if it were to occur, has the potential to cause significant damage. At the moment,

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