To designate a material in your warehouse as dangerous, you must first create a hazardous material record and then assign it to the material master record of the dangerous material. When a material master record is linked to a hazardous material record and the hazardous material storage checks have been activated, characteristics defined in the hazardous material record are then taken into consideration for storage type and storage section search.
Information about the hazards of handling and storing materials is generally the same for specific classes of material, for example, types of chemicals. The hazard features may also be similar. You store the general information about the material class in a single hazardous material record. You can then use one hazardous material record by all materials that share the same properties and characteristics.
Creating and Using Hazardous Material Records
The Warehouse Management (WM) system provides several tasks for displaying, implementing and maintaining information about hazardous materials. WM provides the following simple procedures for these tasks.
Creating a Hazardous Material Record
Assigning Material Master Records to Hazardous Material Records
You create the material master for a hazardous material using exactly the same steps as when you create any other material.To link a material master record to a hazardous material record, you must enter the hazardous material record number in the Haz.mat.no. field of the Warehouse Management view.
Displaying a Hazardous Material Record
Displaying a List of Hazardous Material Records
To sort the records by region, choose Edit →Sort by region from the menu bar. To display the details of a hazardous material record, move the cursor to a hazardous material number and choose Choose from the application tool bar.
Modifying a Hazardous Material Record
Deleting a Hazardous Material Record
You can delete a hazardous material record even if it is referenced by a material master record.However, if you use a material that references a hazardous material record that has been deleted, you will receive an error message when creating a transfer order. If you want to delete a hazardous material record that is referenced, we recommend that you first determine which material master records cite the hazardous material record and then delete or change the reference in the material master record. To delete a hazardous material record
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Sap Wm Tutorial
Warehouse Management Guide
Warehouse Structure In The Warehouse Management System
Planning And Monitoring
Basic Stock Management
Hazardous Materials Management
Wm Interface To Quality Management
Stock Transfers And Replenishment
Posting Changes In Wm
Putaway And Picking Strategies
Storage Unit Management
Interfaces To External Systems
Mobile Data Entry
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