Representatives of UAE government entities shared best practices in business continuity management discussing the value it brings to businesses
Abu Dhabi, UAE – 7 December 2019: The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) has hosted a Knowledge Sharing Forum in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The forum convened representatives and delegates from a diverse range of UAE government entities. Attendees learned about latest best practice in business continuity management within the peaceful nuclear energy industry and how these best practices can be implemented across other sectors.
The forum is a result of ENEC's commitment and continued efforts to support the UAE's successful transition into a knowledge-based economy and society. Through sharing knowledge, engaging with local stakeholders and setting new standards of industry excellence, ENEC aims to support growth and continuous improvement throughout Abu Dhabi and the wider UAE.
The peaceful nuclear energy industry in the UAE maintains the highest levels of safety, quality and security, in part by implementing comprehensive business continuity plans, and ENEC is keen to share and discuss its experiences with representatives from other sectors of national importance.
Participants had the opportunity during the forum to facilitate dialogue on this critical topic, and share ENEC's experiences in implementing business continuity management systems within the context of the peaceful nuclear energy industry.
Since its establishment a decade ago, ENEC has striven to meet or exceed the highest international standards of safety, quality and security in its planning and operations, which has led to the UAE Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program's status as an international role model for new nuclear energy projects.
At ENEC and its subsidiaries, safety is the number one priority and significant attention is directed towards continuously developing its people and processes and encouraging innovation in this regard. Forming a part of business continuity management, such continuous improvement is crucial to the long-term sustainability of every business or industry, and the topic formed one of the many important subjects discussed during the Knowledge Sharing Forum.