Path: Material > Hazardous Materials
The Hazardous Materials option is used to:
- record specifics about Hazardous Materials including locations where stored or used
- detail precautions for handling Hazardous Materials
- list procedures for cleaning up and disposing of spill waste
- provide a history of disposition for spills or other accidents
Hazardous Material Types
Hazardous Material Types are set up by your WebTMA System Administrator using the Organization > Lookups function.
If added to the Lookups window, types for qualities such as corrosive, flammable, and toxic can be selected from the Type Code list on the Hazardous Materials / Identity Tab. If you need a type that is not on the list, contact your WebTMA System Administrator.
How to Add Hazardous Material
Most labels on this window are straightforward.
To add a new HazMat record from the Hazardous Material window:
- Select Add on the WebTMA toolbar.
- Complete the required and elective fields.
- Choose the Add Location link on the Locations Section.
- Complete the location information on the Location Entry flyout.
- Select the Save button on the flyout.
- Enter needed instructions in the User Precaution Section.
- Choose the Repair Centers Tab and select affected center(s).
- Select Save on the WebTMA toolbar.
How to Add HazMat Transactions
Use the Transactions Tab to record the details of HazMat additions or disposals.
- Choose Edit on the WebTMA toolbar.
- Expand the Location line in the Location Transactions Section.
- Choose the Add Transaction link on this tier to open the Transaction Entry flyout.
- Complete the required fields and any elective information available.
- Choose the Save button on the flyout to save the data.
- Select Save on the WebTMA
Similar to other WebTMA windows, you can use the Edit and Delete icons next to line items to amend or remove transaction data.
The UDF Section is available to record information or data that is not included in the predefined fields of a record. The Section is found on many windows. These are added by your WebTMA System Administrator.
You can also create corresponding UDF fields for two windows: Work Order and Request Log. If you create UDFs in the System Form Attributes window for each window and these share the same label and the same data type (i.e., Name and Type), the contents of the UDF field on your Request is carried to the corresponding UDF field on the Work Order when accepted.
These UDF fields can also be included on the Service Request Form / Layout Tab when System Administrators create new Service Request Forms.
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