Are you an SAP customer in Utilities, Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Mill Products, Mining, manufacturing, or any other industry with inherent workplace safety risks?…and will you be at SAPPHIRE NOW in Orlando?

If so, make sure to check out this case study presentation by Southern California Edison:

Session LB14421

Transform EHS Management to Drive Operational Excellence, Reduce Risk, and Improve Compliance 

Wednesday June 4

1:00 pm

Theater 3

=>  Add this session to your agenda builder.

SCE has done an exemplary job of implementing a new enterprise incident management system for 15,000 employees,  in 12 weeks.  Talk about a rapid deployment!  At SAPPHIRE, Doug Ciolli will lay out the drivers for transforming EHS compliance and risk management at SCE,  and how SAP solutions for environment, health and safety management helped enable that.  He will also talk about some innovative applications of SAP Management of Change, and SAP Manufacturing Integration and Intelligence (SAP MII) for compliance and risk management.

/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/275896_l_srgb_s_gl_464583.jpgThis session will be of great interest to you whether you are an SAP customer, partner, or employee…you will learn how one of the leading utilities in the U.S. is optimizing processes that have for the most part been, in many companies, relegated to disjointed legacy systems, point solutions, and MS Office products!   EHS is truly one of the last bastions against enterprise standardization and automation, and as such represents low hanging fruit for operational excellence.

Please share this opportunity with colleagues who will be at SAPPHIRE…attending this session will be well worth their, and your, time!

Get session details and add it to your agenda here:  http://goo.gl/HKl2Ar

See you in Orlando!

Pete Bussey

Sustainability Solution Marketing

SAP

P.S.  There are a lot more great sessions focused in Sustainability and EHS management:   check out the line-up here.

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  1. Chi Keong Loh

    Do we have an overall EHS/Risk Management standard presentation not limiting to the operational level and EAM for Utilities? Although Utility customers are asset intensive, would like to have an overview from Corporate level where ORM will be a subset of it.

    Thank You

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