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Solution needed for Handbooks (SDS binder)

Hi All,

We are trying to come up with a solution in order to be able to create and distribute 'Handbooks" for chemicals approved at a Point of use in a plant. For example, there is a piece of equipment in a plant that there are 20 chemicals approved. We need to have a handbook (all 20 SDS) available at that Point of use.

Does anybody have any thoughts on how this could be achieved in SAP? I think ideally this would need to be in electronic format, but would also consider solutions that have hard copies of the SDS's

Thanks,

Niraj

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  • Posted on Sep 14, 2016 at 06:43 AM

    Hi Niraj,

    I don't see the problem. Create the SDS in EHS and either print or send them. Done deal!

    Ralph

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    • Hi Niraj,

      In a SDS there is no connection to a certain location where a chemical is used. In SOPs there is a connection and they are created using WWI as well. So I guess all you need are the symbols and the data behind but I never created SOPs so I can't give you any details about it, sorry.

      Ralph

  • Posted on Sep 14, 2016 at 06:00 PM

    Dear Niraj

    as with Ralph: No problem. Start in CG54. Select the documents you would like to "disptach" ands just sent them using the exisitng functionality. (may be proper set up is required in your system). If yo udispatch to one "customer" or one "report recipient". you should gte the SDS in one "run" (i am not the "super" expert on "print queue". It can happen that if you have 6 SDS to print that the first 5 come in one run and the last oine wil be printed if some other document is printed. But this you can avoid it the printer is "only" dedicate to print SDS and nothin else.

    C.B.

    PS: check may be: EHS classic / report distribution

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