All nuclear and other radiological materials and facilities are effectively secured by demonstrably competent professionals applying best practice to achieve operational excellence.
To be the leader in knowledge exchange, professional development and certification for nuclear security management.
WINS’ Governing Statute
WINS was formally launched on 29 September 2008 in Vienna, Austria. On 14 September 2010, WINS became an International Non-Governmental Organisation (INGO) under Austrian law after the Board of Directors approved the Governing Statute/Articles of Incorporation recognising WINS as an INGO and the completion of the INGO-accreditation process.
WINS Governing Statute
WINS Strategy Beyond 2016
WINS is pleased to publish its Organisational Strategy for the period 2016 to 2020.
The revisions to our strategy have resulted from extensive discussions with external stakeholders and the desire to have clear, performance-based targets for our work in the years ahead.
Dr Roger Howsley, WINS Executive Director, noted “Our objective has been to develop an effective approach to strategy development and execution so that everyone inside and outside the organisation understands how WINS can contribute to the international goal of enhancing nuclear security. We believe that WINS can make a significant contribution to human performance and help generate an environment where all personnel with accountabilities for nuclear security are professionally trained and certified as competent."
You can download the Strategy document below.
WINS 2020 Strategy
Our Annual Reports present in-depth information about the people behind WINS, as well as about our membership, financial performance, projects, achievements and current strategy.
We welcome your feedback, questions and comments on our Annual Reports. You can communicate with us either through the Feedback form in the Member’s area or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual report 2016