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  • 20 Examples of HSE Objectives

  • Abid Khan

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    December 28, 2020 at 4:13 pm

    HSE Objectives

    It is necessary to define HSE objectives to support the HSE policy and management system and to measure the performance. Companies set their HSE objectives according to their resources and needs.

    HSE objectives should be clear and realistic. All management systems require objectives to be SMART, which is an acronym for specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound.

    Following are the examples of HSE Objectives, you may use these according to your industry.

    1. Reducing and preventing injuries at the workplace by developing safe working practices and training of employees.
    2. Providing health, safety and environment training to each employee to prevent injury to themselves and others by the end of (year).
    3. Complying with all applicable laws and regulations of health, safety and environment by the end of (year).
    4. Developing and implementing procedures to promote safe working practices by the end of the (year).
    5. Conducting risk of all existing and new sites.
    6. Enabling all employees to give feedback/suggestions and report incidents by providing training of feedback and incident reporting procedure.
    7. Conducting management review meetings quarterly in a year.
    8. Identifying and minimizing the release of air contaminants to the environment.
    9. Using recycled products where feasible.
    10. Using carcinogens free chemicals.
    11. Reducing lost time injury frequency rate by the end of (year).
    12. Conducting 90% of HSE audits.
    13. Eliminating or reducing the frequency of a particular incident(s).
    14. Identifying hazards originating outside the workplace capable of adversely affecting the health and safety of our employees and reducing their risks.
    15. Reducing the number of lost time injuries related to slip, trip and fall by 90% by the end of (year).
    16. Identifying emergency equipment needs and providing an adequate supply of emergency equipment such as first aid kit, ambulance, medic, fire extinguishers and etc.
    17. Ensuring safety toolbox talks are conducted by HSE engineers/HSE officers every week.
    18. Providing leadership to handle HSE complaints received from clients.
    19. Ensuring safety engineers/officers/personnel on project/site/production line conduct safety toolbox talks weekly.
    20. Providing essential firefighting training to 50% employees by the end of (year).

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