Werner Bühlmann is due to stand down from the ENSI Board at the end of 2018. The 72 year-old cites his advancing years as the reason for his decision. While regretting his departure, the ENSI Board offer its sincere thanks for his contributions over the years.
Each year, the ENSI Board defines objectives for the management of the Swiss Federal Nuclear Safety Inspectorate (ENSI) as part of the Performance Agreement. These objectives are geared to the strategic goals specified in the Performance Mandate, which always has a validity period of four years.
The ENSI publishes its organisational regulations, setting out details of ENSI’s duties, responsibilities, organisation and management structure.
In the new position paper, ‘Supervision of Deep Geological Repositories’, the Board and Executive Board of the ENSI express their opinions on, amongst other things, the division of roles between ENSI and those subject to the supervision.