Paris, 16 May 2014
This report seeks to construct an overarching framework to support initiatives on improving regulatory enforcement through inspections, making them more effective, efficient, less burdensome for those who are inspected and at the same time less resource-demanding for governments. The principles address the design of the policies, institutions and tools to promote effective compliance – and the process of reforming inspection services to achieve results.
The report complements the 2012 Recommendation of the Council on Regulatory Policy and Governance and is intended to assist countries in reforming inspections and developing cross-cutting policies on regulatory enforcement. The principles have an informal non-binding status of a guidance approved at the Regulatory Policy Committee level.
Also related to Regulatory Enforcement and Inspections, please read the July 2015 report Regulatory Policy in Lithuania: Focusing on the Delivery Side.
For further information, please contact Daniel Trnka, Senior Policy Analyst, Regulatory Policy Division/GOV.