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Supply of SQEP Risk Management workforce for Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) capacity building

Supply of SQEP risk management resource to deliver customer programmes to lead on the implementation and continuous improvement of risk processes, analysis, and strategies for business-critical programmes, leading on the delivery to diverse clients across the nuclear industry. The security cleared risk management to National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL), often carried out significant often complex risk, and impact assessments that could have resulted in significant financial or schedule penalties for the business. Working within the PMO office, our SQEP resource supported Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) capacity building across NNL ensuring that there was an efficient, effective, and comprehensive approach to risk management providing effective controls and assurance to minimise risk events, which could result in a negative impact to the organisation/employees/assets and poor customer outcomes, reputational damage, or regulatory scrutiny/intervention.

Supplied of visibility of risk/opportunity events & causes to facilitate risk cost/ schedule analysis, timely draw down of risk budget or retirement or realisation of risk/opportunity.

About National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL)

Since 2008, NNL have been providing independent advice to the UK Government and working with other National Laboratories around the world as well as delivering a full range of research and technology to support the nuclear fuel cycle. NNL is owned by the UK Government’s Department of Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

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Process mapping, including roles and responsibilities and document detailing how, and when, project specific risk information should be noted and reported as part of standard reporting to determine the risk profile appropriate for that business unit (e.g., Project risk through to Group risks).

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Key Services

  • Ensuring that Key Risk Indicators (KRIs) are clearly defined, documented, monitored, and regularly reviewed.
  • Integration structure and framework; covering Governance, risk infrastructure, competency, and capability requirements
  • Laying foundation for implementation of enterprise risk management tool (Active Risk Manager)

Key Delivery

Enabled risk-based assurance activities to be planned, whilst enabling assurance activities to feed risk information (causes / impacts etc.) across a portfolio of projects in:

  • Nuclear Plant Operations (e.g., Windscale Facility)
  • Radioactive Waste Processing and Management
  • Decommissioning (e.g., handling of radioactive sealed sources)

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