Salus Fundamentals

Course Description:

With its localized help at the data-entry level and its sequential workflows, Salus can easily be used by engineers of all levels. Salus also features built-in tools for quick calculations. Its ease of use ensures accurate, comprehensive documentation. Students who complete this course will have a core understanding of:

  • Salus Workflow
  • Data Entry
  • Contingency identification
  • Required Rate and Sizing Calculations
  • Generating system documentation
  • Data Querying using Data Insights


0.5 day


Upon completion, all participants will receive 4 hours of Professional Development Hours.




Thursday: 12:30 pm – 5:00 pm


Smith & Burgess created many features in Salus, including localized help at the data-entry level and sequential workflows, that ensure Salus is an efficient and reliable way for plant engineers to create and maintain a comprehensive relief systems analysis and produce a corresponding report. 

Course Topics:

  • Integrated Thermodynamics
  • PSM Compliant Documentation
  • Overpressure Scenario Lists
  • Built-in Calculation Methods
  • LP Tank Analysis
  • Multi-variable Searching
  • System Based Organization
  • Logical Errors / Software Cues
  • Pop-up Help Text
  • Third Party Documentation


Cancellation Policy:

Notice of a training candidate's intent to cancel without penalty must be made in writing to Brandon Ring (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) 14 days prior to the start of the course.

Smith & Burgess reserves the right to cancel courses, change instructors, or adjust course content. In the event that a course must be canceled, registrants will be informed 14 days prior to the start of the course.

Please do not purchase non-refundable airline tickets more than 21 days before the course. Should a course require cancellation Smith & Burgess is not responsible for non-refundable airline tickets.

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