OHS targets

In accordance with the OHS policy, on the basis of first-time check-ups and on further tests it is necessary to set measurable OHS objectives. These objectives should be adapted to the organization and the national legal requirements, be realistic and achievable, be documented and finally be reviewed evaluated and updated at regular intervals. (S.M.A.R.T – specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, timely). These objectives should be adapted to the organization and the national legal requirements, be realistic and achievable, be documented and finally be reviewed evaluated and updated at regular intervals. (S.M.A.R.T – specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, timely). They need to be aimed to improve the occupational health and safety continuously, to achieve the best OHS performance. A target has to meet the following five conditions of the SMART principle (specific, measurable, accepted, reasonable, time-bound). smart-Kriterien Thus, the objectives can be classified in long, medium and short term goals. Its content must be focused on the constantly improvement of the health and safety of workers in order to achieve the best OSH performance.