The plan places attention on what our stakeholders expect from us and we intend to meet those needs. Throughout the plan, we have emphasised the importance of ONR taking an enabling approach to regulation: working together with stakeholders to influence improvements in nuclear safety and security.
The plan sets out the factors that will influence our work and the assumptions we have made about regulating the nuclear sector in the next few years, as well as how we deliver the commitments we have made to the public, ministers and government, licensees, dutyholders and our staff. Information on corporate risk, resources and finance planning is also contained in the plan.
ONR is required by legislation to produce an Annual Report and Accounts which summarises our performance alongside other key developments across the organisation. The arrangements for and management of nuclear safety and security across UK nuclear sites, transport of radioactive materials and safeguarding nuclear material, are rightly measured against the highest standards.
This report provides a list of events reported to ONR from 2001 to 2015 including health and safety, but not including security events.
This guide provides an explanation of the nuclear regulatory regime by describing ONR's activities and how ONR carries out its work.
Enabling regulation is a constructive approach with dutyholders and other relevant stakeholders to enable effective delivery against clear and prioritised safety and security outcomes. This guide is designed to illustrate working examples of enabling regulation in practice.
The scheme of delegation sets out who has the authority to make decisions within ONR.
As a statutory regulator ONR is subject to the Government’s Business Impact Target (BIT) following the provisions of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 which aims to:
ONR is required to publish an assessment of the economic impact on business of changes to regulatory policies and practices which are in scope of the BIT and is required to publish:
ONR did not have any QRPs which came into force between 8 June 2017 and 20 June 2018 2017-18.
The Regulators' Code came into force in April 2014 and aims to provide a framework for how regulators should engage with those they regulate.
Established by the Energy Act 2013, the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) is empowered by diverse legislation to recover the cost of its services from dutyholders.
As we strive to inspire a climate of respect, trust and confidence among our stakeholders, this booklet clearly explains how this charging system works.
In October 2017, we commissioned YouGov to complete our first stakeholder survey since vesting as a public corporation in 2014, and were delighted that 351 people took the time to respond, with 27 also taking part in in-depth interviews.
Details of the findings were shared in our March newsletter, but we’re now pleased to be able to share the full survey report. To protect the anonymity of individuals who took part in the in-depth interviews, which we agreed we would do with them, we have had to remove those details from the report.
As we set out in our Corporate Plan this year, we are committed to strengthening stakeholder engagement and will build on the positive outcomes from the survey during 2018/19, learn lessons from the valuable feedback it has provided and address the concerns.