Join fire safety experts from BM TRADA and Warringtonfre for a live webinar at 11am GMT on Thursday 25 February 2021. Learn how an effective Fire Safety Management System can provide assurance that the necessary controls, fire precautions and provisions are being correctly managed.

Why should I attend?

We are aware there is a growing awareness of current responsibility for fire safety, changes to UK fire legislation and the want to better understand how to reduce risk to properties under an organizations control. As part of our fire testing and certification solutions, establishing a fire risk management system will help to clarify an organisations fire strategy enabling efficient process and communication reducing risk of incident and failure of safety measures. By following the requirements outlined in BS 9997, an organization will be expected to create a fire policy, allocate sufficient resource and expertise, as well as implement processes to ensure the fire strategy remains integral to their day to day operation. Certifying the system will give third party verification their strategy is sufficient and prove to interested parties a commitment to fire safety. 

Our experts will focus on the following:

Who is the responsible person?
The principles of a fire risk management system
The benefits of implementing BS 9997
Getting started with an FRMS and BS 9997

Please email to register you and your colleagues on the webinar.

Our presenters

Peter Barker – Warringtonfire - Peter is a Technical Manager at Warringtonfire and has worked for 16 years in the field of passive fire protection, specialising in leading and supporting engineers producing engineering assessments of fire resisting construction products and providing technical support to Notified Bodies offering testing and certification services.

Andy Green – BM TRADA – Andy is Business Development Director at BM TRADA and has worked for 14 years covering management systems certification. Andy sits on various industry technical committees including the Institute of Collaborative Working. He completed the Collaborative Leaders course at Warwick University. 

Dr Jim Marsden – Warringtonfire – Jim is a Senior Fire Risk Assessment Manager.  Jim completed 34 years in Greater Manchester fire service attending fire incidents as a flexible duty officer, the culmination of my career being in fire safety with responsibility for fire engineering in addition to enforcement of the fire safety order.

Jim has experience in a wide range of fire safety services including risk assessment, training and fire engineering. In 2010 Jim was appointed as a lead assessor for the FRACS scheme and since 2019 has been the senior lead assessor for the FRACS scheme.

Jim is a Companion Fellow of the Institution of Fire Engineers and a Member of the Energy Institute. Jim has a BEng Honours degree in fire engineering and was subsequently awarded a Phd for his thesis on rotating fire plumes. In addition he is registered with both the Institution of Fire Engineers and the Energy Institute as a Chartered Engineer. 

Who the event is aimed at: 

This scope includes, but is not limited to,  Building surveying, Care homes, Construction, Educational establishments, Facilities and estate management, Fire and rescue services, Healthcare, Housing associations, Local authorities, Risk assessors, Insurance Risk Surveyors, Insurance Brokers, Insurance Underwriters. 

Register today:

Please email to register you and your colleagues on the webinar.