For most people looking to benefit from OL but not compete, I don't think you want to use progressive overloads like you would for BP, DL, squat, etc.... I don't know your form, but let's assume it's pretty good but not great. I'd use a moderate weight and focus on explosion for 2-4 reps, and not try to figure out a 1RM or anything like that to base percentages off of and progress. If you feel like you can get 4-5 explosive reps, move up in weight over time.
I'd stick 1-2 OL's at the beginning of a workout. If you use them for conditioning or a finisher, you can do EMOM-type of training, BUT, if your form isn't great I've found DB variations (like 1 arm DB snatches or KB clean and jerks) work better as a conditioning finisher for many people.