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Work clearance management 888 sap best practices for building materials u s

Work Clearance Management: 888SAP Best Practices for Building Materials (U.S.)

SAP Best Practices


Scenario overview 1

Purpose

This process creates a safe environment for the maintenance staff to perform maintenace work. In addition, applicable environmental safeguards can be adhered to and the reliability of the assets is guaranteed

Benefits

A component with which the safety measures during maintenance work at technical objects can be controlled and monitored

The WCM process is fully integrated with the work order process

All permit in WCM objects must be issued before execution of actual maintenance

A protection that ensures that a technical object that is managed as an item in an Operational WCD can only be orderly tagged or untagged from certain Operational WCDs

Key process flows covered

Display and assign purchase requisitions

Creating Maintenance Order with WCM Requirement

Creating Work Approval (WAP)

Creating Work Clearance Application (WCA)

Creating additional application Hot Work

Creating Operational Work Clearance Document (WCD)

Performing Permit Approval process

Performing operational cycle of Lockout / Tagout

WCM objects for a planned maintenance order are generated from a maintenance plan by program RIWCO016

Scenario Overview – 1

Purpose and Benefits:


Scenario overview 2

Required

SAP enhancement package 4 for SAP ERP 6.0

Company roles involved in process flows

Maintenance Employee

WCM planner

Administrator

Scenario Overview – 2

SAPApplications Required:


Scenario overview 3

Work Clearance Management

The design of the scenario is based on SAP WCM enhancement model, and fully integrated with the work order process.

The WCM planner can create work approval from a maintenance order, then the reference information in the maintenance order can be copied into work approval automatically. Same result when creating WCA and Hot Work from WAP, WCD from WCA.

Once determines to activate the WCM process during maintenance process to ensure maintenance staff’s safety, all permit must be issued before execution of actual maintenance.

Lockout/Tagout consists of orderly tagging and subsequent untagging of technical objects, so that work and tests on technical objects can be performed safety.

Maintenance employee can create a maintenance plan to regularly generate maintenance order. All WCM objects could be generated automatically and link to the maintenance order.

Scenario Overview – 3

Detailed ProcessDescription:


Process flow diagram 1

Process Flow Diagram (1)

Work Clearance Management


Process flow diagram 2

Process Flow Diagram (2)

Work Clearance Management


Process flow diagram 3

Process Flow Diagram (3)

Work Clearance Management


Legend

Diagram Connection

Legend

<Function>

Hardcopy / Document

External to SAP

Financial Actuals

Budget Planning

Business Activity / Event

Manual Process

Unit Process

Process Reference

Existing Version / Data

Sub-Process Reference

System Pass/Fail Decision

Process Decision


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