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Contents of EH & S module.

Dear Friends,

I am SAP QM consultant, want to learn about EH &S. Please help me in getting the components or processes involved in this module.

Pl explain where this module is used how to start with.

Best Regards,

Shekhar

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    Apr 08, 2010 at 01:33 PM

    Hi Shekhar,

    The main components of ECC EH&S are as below:

    Product Safety

    Hazardous Substance Management

    Dangerous Goods Management

    Waste Management

    Occupational Health

    Industrial Hygiene and Safety

    One more component is basic data and tools.

    For learning this module, I advise to go through the SAP help first. SAP help gives in very structured way the module processes and modeling of the same.

    Please find below the URL for SAP Help in ECC EH&S

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp60_sp/helpdata/en/a5/3adda043be11d188fe0000e8322f96/frameset.htm

    I hope this helps.

    Regards

    Datta

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    • Hello

      in addition to what has been explained: there is a EH&S SVT Submodule and a GLM (Global Label Management data submodule).

      and EH&S is highly integrated into other modules or tools like MM, SD, GTS etc.

      SAP is still using their new development strategy even regarding EH&S. Therefore if you would use ECC 6.0 you should check the available Enhancement Packages which contains new EH&S functionality.

      Furthermore SAP has done a "regrouping" regarding the general set up in this area. May be take a look here too:

      http://www.sap.com/solutions/business-suite/erp/corporate_services/ehs/index.epx

      With best regards

      C.B.

      Edited by: Christoph Bergemann on Apr 8, 2010 9:09 PM

      PS: with ECC 6.0 Enhancement Package 5 there will be a stronger integration of EH&S and QM module. May be could be of interest for you.

      Edited by: Christoph Bergemann on Apr 9, 2010 8:59 PM