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Sustainable Regulatory Solutions – Helping you deliver core services

December 13, 2017
RIAMS Development News

Sustainable Regulatory Solutions (SRS), launched on RIAMS in September, was created by Cornwall Council, with inputs from other unitary and district councils. The Sustainable Regulatory Delivery model and toolkit aim to help you maintain and improve service delivery while also supporting businesses and encouraging compliance, helping businesses ‘get it right, first time’. Using the SRS, you will also be able to develop a cost-effective, prioritised and resilient sustainable delivery model.

The SRS framework supports local authorities in introducing income generation initiatives, therefore, enabling local authorities to continue to deliver core services with a lesser impact on already limited resources and funding.

The SRS helps you to build a service based on the success that Cornwall has had, with access to template documents, procedures and frameworks that have helped deliver this time and money saving service.

Some of the benefits of using the SRS framework include:

— 45% time reduction on routine inspections following Safer Food Direct visit
— 88% of businesses achieved an NFHRS score of 5
— 100% of businesses that received Licensing Direct said they were very satisfied with the service they received
— 100% of officers felt they developed a better relationship with businesses following the delivery of Safer Food Direct services
— Reduced demand for funded services
— More targeted enforcement capability
— Leads to the development of prioritisation systems
— Earn recognition with cutting-edge regulatory services
— Better protection for the public, environment and economy

The SRS framework has a number of packages to suit your requirements, including Safer Food and Licensing.

If you would like to find out more about the SRS framework, please contact Kalia Wright on kwright@rheglobal.com, the RIAMS Sales Team on sales@rheglobal.com or call 01239 711793.