The Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) has announced plans to reduce the administrative burden on UK businesses, by "improving the way regulators work with them".BERR’s Regulators Compliance Code means businesses can look forward to fewer inspections, less paperwork and "better advice on how to comply with the law".Regulators will now take a "risk-based" approach, meaning fewer inspections for "the majority of compliant businesses" and more inspections of "high-risk" companies which fail to comply with regulation.Business and competitiveness minister Shriti Vadera commented: "The government understands that regulation is one of the top concerns for business. "The Compliance Code requires regulators to work better with business and ease the burdens placed on those who operate within the rules."According to the government, health and safety regulation is the biggest burden on business owners, with small businesses finding the area particularly difficult to deal with.