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Environmental Compliance Management

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Hi friends

Help me how to do the environment compliance management, Emissions Management, Health & Safety, Compliance for products.

Kindly do the needful

Thanks and Regards,


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Hello Arul

Can you write in detail what exactly you are seeing in Environmental Compliance, CfP and Health and safety

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Pls. find some details about EH&S ( Environment,Health & Safety) as below:

Basic Data and Tools (EHS-BD)


This SAP component contains data and functions that you require for several areas of the SAP component Environment, Health and Safety (EH&S).

Implementation Considerations

The Basic Data and Tools are the prerequisite for you to be able to use the other SAP EH&S components:

· Product Safety (EHS-SAF)

· Hazardous Substance Management (EHS-HSM)

· Dangerous Goods Management (EHS-DGP)

· Waste Management (EHS-WA)

· Occupational Health (EHS-HEA)

· Industrial Hygiene and Safety (EHS-IHS)

This means that regardless of which of the SAP EH&S components you want to use, you need to process Customizing for Basic Data and Tools and create the necessary data in Basic Data and Tools before you implement the other components.


You must have installed the following SAP components to be able to use all the functions of Basic Data and Tools:

· Engineering Change Management (LO-ECH)

· Document Management (CA-DMS)

· Classification System (CA-CL)

· Material Master (LO-MD-MM)

· Sales and Distribution (SD)


Basic Data and Tools contains the following SAP components:

· In specification management you enter all environmentally relevant data and other data for substances (pure substances, preparations, mixtures, and residual substances), agents, packagings, and waste codes in specifications. This data includes information on identifiers, material assignments, compositions, listings, properties, and assignments to regulatory lists.

You can also enter data for dangerous goods regulations and dangerous goods classifications in specifications. You can use the filling function from the SAP component dangerous goods interfaces to copy dangerous goods classification data to the dangerous goods master. For more information, see the documentation for the SAP component Dangerous Goods Management in the sections Dangerous Goods Basic Data, Dangerous Goods Classification, and Tools.

You can copy data on dangerous goods storage classes, VbF classes, and water pollution classes to Warehouse Management. For more information, see the Implementation Guide (IMG) for Logistics Execution under Transfer Hazardous Substance Data from the Specification Database.

· In the specification information system you can access specification data directly and display it in different ways.

· In report definition you set up the prerequisites for being able to print specification data on EH&S reports (such as material safety data sheets and standard operating procedures). You design the layout of report templates using Windows Wordprocessor Integration (WWI), which gives you access to Microsoft Word functions. Specially defined symbols in the report templates are replaced by values from the SAP system when reports are generated. Phrases are printed in the languages specified. You use ratings and validity areas to specify that only permitted specification data appears on the report.

· You can create standard texts in the form of phrases in phrase management, reducing the amount of writing and translating necessary. Phrases are managed in libraries.

· Under the tools you will find functions for importing data from legacy systems, exchanging and distributing data between systems, editing it, and archiving it.

Hope this helps.