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Asset Safety and Compliance: Protecting People, Assets, and The Environment

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  • Introduction
  • Manage Operational Risk
  • Analyze Plant Performance
  • Implement Ehs Performance Measures
  • Plan Maintenance Activities
    • Find out how SAP solutions allow you to manage operational risk; analyze plant performance; implement environment, health, and safety performance measures; and plan maintenance activities.

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  • Asset safety and compliance:
  • protecting people, assets, and the environment.
  • This demonstration shows how SAP solutions allow you to manage operational risk,
  • analyze plant performance,
  • implement environment, health, and safety performance measures,
  • and plan maintenance activities.
  • Enabling you to reduce incidents and the cost of compliance,
  • achieve a proactive safety strategy,
  • and benefit from a closed-loop solution for operational risk management.
  • Manage operational risk.
  • Martin Schumann is a chief operating officer.
  • He uses his risk management dashboard to check the risk exposure
  • for the operation he's monitoring.
  • The risk heat map lets him visualize key risk indicators.
  • He notices that risk exposure for EHS compliance is high in the Atlanta plant,
  • so he decides to investigate further.
  • A single click lets him drill down for details.
  • He can see that there's a high probability of worker injury, asset malfunction, and plant emissions'
  • exceeding normal limits at the Atlanta plant.
  • Martin can also see that the plant manager,Katrin Miller,
  • is already working on risk mitigation measures.
  • Analyze plant performance.
  • Katrin Miller is the plant manager for Atlanta.
  • She's proactively informed about plant performance.
  • She can see that values for sustainability, production, and overall equipment effectiveness are fine.
  • However, EHS performance is below threshold.
  • Katrin opens the EHS performance scorecard to learn why.
  • She can immediately access reports on incident damage,
  • incident response, personnel health, process safety, compliance violations,
  • and change management procedures to help avoid incidents.
  • She notices that a large percentage of injuries occurred in engineering operations.
  • A single click lets her see the severity of the injuries
  • and, if she chooses, view reports on specific incidents.
  • Next, she decides to check the compliance-limit warnings.
  • She sees that warehouse air emissions are exceeding operational limits.
  • Katrin will contact the EHS manager, Maria Lopez, to discuss how to resolve the problem.
  • Implement environment, health, and safety performance measures.
  • Maria Lopez is an EHS manager.
  • She uses her EHS performance dashboard to investigate increasing injuries at the Atlanta plant.
  • The incidents log shows that injuries on Line B occurred during use of new equipment.
  • Using her EHS manager dashboard,
  • Maria drills down for details on the incident and related investigation.
  • She can see that the health and safety officer has already performed a root-cause analysis,
  • and that the incidents were related to incorrect training materials.
  • She drills down to see what safety measures have been implemented.
  • She can report back to the plant manager that the training materials have been updated
  • and a new training course has been scheduled.
  • Next, Maria checks the emissions-limit warnings.
  • She has defined leading indicators to identify potential deviations
  • and prevent noncompliance events.
  • The software has proactively reported several emissions-limit warnings.
  • Maria drills down and learns that a storage-tank condenser has overheated.
  • She creates a task to repair the condenser.
  • Because the software is integrated with the ERP system,
  • the equipment status will automatically be updated when the repair is made.
  • Plan maintenance activities.
  • David Adams is a maintenance planner.
  • He checks his maintenance cockpit for daily work activities and sees a maintenance notification
  • about the faulty condenser.
  • He drills down for more details.
  • He looks at the maintenance history to help him decide whether to repair,
  • redesign, or replace the faulty equipment.
  • With just a few clicks, he can apply filter criteria to identify the problem.
  • He can see that the condenser has overheated several times before, so he decides to replace it.
  • Finally, David creates a maintenance order to have the equipment replaced.
  • Later, Martin, the chief operating officer, reviews his risk-management cockpit
  • and sees that the risk exposure for operations is no longer high.
  • SAP solutions give you the tools you need to reduce incidents and the cost of compliance,
  • achieve a proactive safety strategy,
  • and benefit from a closed-loop solution for operational risk management.