4.3.4 Ohands Management Plans
[enter-your-company-name-here] has established and maintains management plans for achieving its objectives and targets.
- designation of responsibility for the achievement of objectives and targets at relevant functions and levels of the organization; and
- outlining the means and timeframes by which objectives and targets are to be achieved.
- procedures are established to ensure that current plans are reviewed and amended, if necessary, to address such changes at regular and planned intervals. Amendments are made whenever there are changes to the activities, products, or services of the organization or significant changes in operating conditions.
- The OH&S committee and the OH&S manager are responsible for establishing OH&S objectives and targets. The objectives and targets will be written and published in newsletters, on notice boards, company web sites or contained in a letter or memorandum.
- OH&S objectives and targets shall be given a timeframe for achievement. The timeframe shall be discussed by the OH&S committee and, where appropriate, with top management. Regular reviews will be conducted to ensure that the objective or target is on schedule for completion within the allotted timeframe. The review period will be dependent upon the nature of the objective or target and the period of the timeframe. The status of the objective or target shall be reviewed at each OH&S committee meeting.
- [enter-your-company-name-here]’s OH&S procedures are periodically reviewed every [how long] to ensure that they are relevant and are compliant with the Standard. Whenever there is a change to [enter-your-company-name-here]’s activities, products, or services of the organisation or a significant change in operating conditions, the OH&S committee will determine whether a procedure or procedures require change. All changes will be documented for historical reference and reference the background to the change. The change will be published in newsletters, on notice boards or company web sites.
- 4.3.1 Planning Identification Of Hazards- Assessment and Control Of Risks
- 4.3.2 Legal and Other Requirements
- 4.3.3 Objectives and Targets
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