Hot openings for SAP ABAP_ EHS consultants, Are you interested ?

Diceitwise
On 02 Mar 2013 by in Category Article

We are looking for SAP ABAP _ EHS consultant for our direct client in Canada, Good $$/ Hr , Good Duration project and above all great working environment to work in. Do let  us know if your are interested JOB Description and other details are mentioned below.

 

Module          : SAP ABAP _ EHS

Duration       : 12+ months

Location       : Canada , Calgary

Client              : Direct

Prerequisite :  American/Canadian Citizen/already in Canada

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A candidate must have familiarity and experience with the new technical objects and functionality utilized in EHSM (2.0/3.0)

Experience with configuring field control for the EHSM business objects; mainly field control profiles and control attributes at the node level.  How the Group and Regulation fields impact field behavior and where in the BOPF this is controlled.

Experience with using the BOPF_EWB transaction. Specifically for the Incident business objects.  The RA objects will be phase 2

Experience with customizing the Floor Plan Manager (FPM) UI components for EHSM 2.0.  This can be with configuration components for the GAF, QAF or OIF.

Familiarity with the SAP delivered BI content and Excelciuse dashboards for EHSM 2.0.

How he will design the investigation template for a recordable incident and what steps he would include in that template?  How to tie the investigation template to different incident types?  What are the components of the template?

How the recordable injury investigation template would vary from a equipment damage investigation template in his design?

Discuss how the standard EHSM foundation Process Definitions are used and why they may or may not be enhanced in certain circumstances and examples of custom processes they have designed and implemented.  The difference between the Incident Approval definition and the Incident Lifecycle definition?