Being more accessible to our stakeholders is important to us, so we’re running webinars to make it easier for you to engage with us at your convenience. The events have proved popular so far, with attendees welcoming the opportunity to participate without having to travel.
The webinar will give you a chance to hear from Adriènne Kelbie and Anthony Hart, Deputy Chief Nuclear Inspector, talking you through our aspirations for the next five years, and also give us a chance for us to hear your views on the strategy.
We’ve already undertaken extensive engagement on our future direction and priorities with our stakeholders to shape the draft 2025 Strategy including those we regulate, the nuclear industry, our NGO community of local and national campaign groups, other regulators, government, and, of course, our staff and Board. The comments were wide-ranging, and included learning from and working with others, welcoming innovation and new ways of working, agility and influence, all reflected in this draft strategy.
Our Chief Nuclear Inspector, Mark Foy, presented the first Chief Nuclear Inspector’s Annual Report and share his thoughts on the performance of the industry during 2018/19.
In the first report of its kind, the review provides an independent, authoritative view of safety, security and safeguards performance across the nuclear industry over the last year.
We were pleased to hold another ONR webinar which was hosted by our Chief Nuclear Inspector, Mark Foy, and our Director for Policy and Communications, Katie Day.
The webinar focused on the work we do to regulate the industry in how it manages the risks arising from external hazards and featured a presentation from Tim Allmark, the Professional Lead for External Hazards and Tanya Macleod, the Principal Inspector for External Hazards.
It also included an overview of the recently updated External Hazards Technical Assessment Guide PDF (TAG 13) which is a detailed document that covers seismic events, coastal flooding, meteorological hazards etc., and provided information on the role of the External Hazards Panel.
The webinar focused on the first Topical Peer Review of 'Ageing management of nuclear power plants and research reactors', which is the most important safety-related exercise to have taken place after the post-Fukushima stress tests in Europe and involved no fewer than 19 different countries. This was hosted by our Chief Nuclear Inspector, Mark Foy, and Technical Director, Dr Anthony Hart.
Mark Foy, Chief Nuclear Inspector (CNI) and Mike Finnerty, Deputy Chief Inspector and Director of ONR’s New Reactors division, spoke about the project’s history. This included an update on what has happened since ONR’s CNI themed inspection into HPC’s supply chain management arrangements, and ongoing involvement to ensure high standards of safety and security are maintained.
Hosted by Mark Foy, Chief Nuclear Inspector (CNI) and Dr Mina Golshan, Deputy Chief Inspector and Director of ONR's SDFW division.