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OHSAS SMART objectives

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OHSAS SMART objectives

I want to know how to write SMART HSE objectives for all the relevant processes
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Strahinja Stojanovic Dec 19, 2016

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Writing SMART objectives means writing Specific, Measurable, Agreed upon, Realistic and Timed objectives. Having such objectives will help organization to evaluate level of achievement of the objectives. In order to write such objectives, you must relate them to every process and this can be done by identifying some parameter of the process that will give you information on whether the process performed as it should. Such parameters are usually called key performance indicators.

For more information about the objectives, see: How to define OHSAS 18001 objectives and programs https://advisera.com/18001academy/blog/2015/11/11/how-to-define-ohsas-18001-objectives-and-programs/
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