BS 9997: 2019 Fire Risk Management Systems (FRMS) Auditor Conversion


Course Accreditation pending


£1145 + VAT


2024 dates: September 24-26, December 3-5


2025 dates: March 18 -20, June 17-19, September 23-25, December 2-4.


Location: BM TRADA, Chiltern House, Stocking Lane, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP14 4ND 


To book this course
Complete our booking form and email it to Sharon Brown or Anne Seymour-Durkin


BM TRADA can offer both in-house and remote training courses. To make an inquiry, call us on 01494 840 774 or complete our contact form.


Who would benefit from BS 9997 training

This three day, BS 9997 training course is designed to provide a framework for organizations of all sizes to manage their approach to fire risk in a holistic, risk-based way, applying the widely recognized ‘Plan, Do, Check, Act’ test cycle.

This course is designed to train auditors and lead auditors in the principles and practice of the assessment of management systems for compliance with BS 9997: 2019 Fire Risk Management Systems (FRMS).


Scope of training

This practical course is presented in association with fire risk management specialists BB7, including presentations and accelerated learning techniques. You will learn to develop auditing skills specific to BS 9997 using a variety of structured exercises and case studies.

The course concludes with a 1 hour 40 minutes written examination.

Successful completion of the course requires delegates to pass a tutor assessment and an invigilated examination. Access to a webcam is therefore essential for participation on this course when delivered remotely. 

You should attend this course if:
  • You are familiar with audit techniques and wish to become a BS 9997: 2019 Fire Risk Management Systems (FRMS) auditor or lead auditor
  • You are a Fire Risk Management consultant or specialist or are involved in relevant aspects of the fire industry.

What Will You Learn?

This informative course will cover many aspects of the BS 9997 framework, including: 

  • The purpose and content of BS 9997: 2019 and the relevant legislative framework
  • The role of an auditor/lead auditor in accordance with ISO 19011, interpreting the requirements of BS 9997: 2019
  • General principles of fire risk assessment

Before this course you will need to have successfully completed an accredited Lead Auditor course for example CQI IRCA ISO 9001.

You should also be competent in auditing process based management systems.

Previous experience within the fire / fire protection sector is beneficial but not essential

Alan Baldwin

BS 9997 trainer