In the past, it has been found that the application and calculations based on Eurocode EN1991 Impact on Static Structures has been challenging for most users. Particularly when faced with basic tasks, the calculating effort required is especially tedious and time consuming. For this reason, the Chamber of Civil Engineers, Architects and Engineer Consultants of Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland and the Austrian Institute of Structural Engineering (OIB) began to examine the calculation process, as well as its practical application, with the strategic objective of simplifying and improving the application of this standard for users. Within the framework of this master thesis, the standard EN 1991-1 to 7 and its parts was analyzed, in order to identify specific areas within the calculation process that could be simplified and improved. Specifically, the building classes I-III were examined. For this purpose, a wide variety of standard types of industrial buildings and residential buildings with different rooftops were defined and subsequently studied, based on the European Standard. By comparing the obtained results of the calculations, as well as the alteration of the different exposures, it was possible not only to simplify the calculation procedure, but also to develop fully calculated design charts. Particular attention was paid to wind forces (EN 1991-1-4), where a straight-forward approach, which included the reduction of the overall calculating effort for specific building types, has been developed and presented. A recommendation of potentially further reducing specific steps in the calculation, following the requirement of European EN 1990, weight combinations of the influence of snow and wind, has been proposed. The result is depicted in combination charts, where only the distributed weight, in addition to the location of the building and the shape of the roof, need be taken into consideration. In these combination tables, particular thought has been given to include all exposures, according to the European Norm. As a result, the computational time and effort expense compared to the current one has been significantly reduced.