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Standard measure for every incident/accident log

Hi,

Is it possible to have a predefined standard measure for every incident/accident log of a specific type entered in the system (or when the type changes to one of the specified types), e.g. that this measure is created when the incident/accident log is saved?

For another question we looked into BAdI: Handling of Actions after the Database Commit, but for this issue that will not work, because an update of the log itself with a standard measure cannot be done, because the log is still open at that time.

Thanks in advance for any help!

Kind regards,

Caroline

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 12:43 PM

    Hi Caroline,

    If not standard, there is always way to do the development; however I would have confronted the requirement of creating a safety measure based on a particular Incident type selection.

    I am not assured of any real benefits from this requirement or in other terms what is driving the business to ask this sort of requirements. Any example you can provide?

    Regards,

    Pavan

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 01:42 PM

    Hi Pavan,

    The standard measure will be used to prompt the departments to do a specific check. This is a new procedure that not everybody is used to yet, so hence the standard measure. And also to guarantee that this important check is in fact done.

    The contents of the measure will be something like this: 'Add this risk in the RI&E.'

    Hope this clarifies things.

    Kind regards,

    Caroline

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