Maintaining the delivery of core regulatory functions and holding industry to account on behalf of the public remain at the heart of ONR’s corporate priorities for 2018/19.
The priorities are included in ONR’s newly launched Corporate Plan which was laid before Parliament today (May 1).
The plan’s top ten priorities include developing a new regime to meet safeguarding obligations following Parliament’s decision to exit Euratom, along with measures to support the implementation of new emergency planning arrangements as a result of the Basic Standards Directive.
The top ten organisational priorities also include plans to:
- Strengthen and improve engagement with stakeholders
- Enhance succession planning, leadership development and improve capability and capacity through recruiting and developing staff
- Simplify line management structures to provide more effective leadership and free up inspector time to perform regulatory duties
- Develop an internal improvement project to focus on leadership and improve ONR’s culture
- Improve cyber security and information governance
- Modernise our IT systems and
- Update and improve knowledge management and business processes to improve efficiency and effectiveness throughout ONR.