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Business Package for EHS Management 1.0


As of component extension 1.0 for SAP Environment, Health, and Safety Management (SAP EHS Management), the Business Package for EHS Management is available. The new business package allows you to use the functions provided in incident management and in the foundation for SAP EHS Management. For more information, see Incident Management and Foundation for EHS Management.

Technical Data


As of component extension 1.0 for SAP EHS Management with SAP enhancement package 5 for SAP ERP 6.0 and SAP enhancement package 2 with SP04 for SAP NetWeaver 7.0.

Data Source

Component extension 1.0 for SAP EHS Management and SAP enhancement package 5 for SAP ERP 6.0

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  • To use the most up-to-date functions delivered for the roles integrated with enhancement package 5 for SAP ERP 6.0, you have activated the EH&S Continuous Improvement (LOG_EHS_CI2) business function and the Enterprise Extension PLM (EA-PLM switch).

  • If you want to use Xcelsius Dashboards and SAP Business Explorer (BEx) reports to analyze aggregated incident data, you need to order the relevant SAP BusinessObjects software. For more information, see SAP Note 1486885.

  • You have all the authorizations required for the back-end system.

  • You have a portal user that is assigned to a user with the required authorizations.

  • This business package uses objects from a further business package or packages. These objects are listed in the section Shared Objects in this Business Package. If you intend to use these objects, you must also implement the relevant business package. For more information, see the relevant business package documentation.