Shared Knowledge,
Shared Experience

A professional organisation
for professional people.

Raising Awareness of Fire Safety

Highly respected individuals & companies,
sharing the same objective.

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All fire risk assessors have been third party accredited to ensure the competence required to carry out fire risk assessments under current fire safety legislation.

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Courses and facilities have have been assessed and accredited and meet the standards of the Institute in terms of quality, content and methods of tuition.

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Newsletter of the Institute of Fire Safety Managers

Welcome to the IFSM


The Institute of Fire Safety Managers is a professional body of highly respected individuals and companies who all share the same objective.

“To raise the awareness of fire safety at a local, national and international level, promoting fire prevention, fire protection and reducing the risk from fire as far as reasonable practicable”

Members benefit through technical conferences, training events and communication with 100’s of other like minded fire professionals.

Our Members receive updates on latest news, standards and technical advances, dissemination from other fire related organisations worldwide to remain at the forefront of the fire profession industry.

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We welcome entry at all levels and actively encourage and promote knowledge advancement and membership progress. Students in full time further education receive free membership during the duration of their studies. You can join us here.

FRA Registers

Our FRA registers hold details of individuals who are considered to be appropriately qualified, and experienced as fire risk assessors. View the registers here.  UK based Fire Risk Assessors –  find out how you can get full competency recognition

Accreditation

The IFSM encourages Members who provide fire related courses to apply for accreditation via our accreditation team. For more information see our accreditation section.  More… 

Call for Evidence on the Technical Review of AD B. Government

The Government have now completed its consultation after its Call for Evidence on the Technical Review of Approved Document B.  The document signals the start of the full technical review of AD B. For your information, the document can be accessed here:...

Statement from Robert Jenrick the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government

Robert Jenrick the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government made the following statement in both Houses yesterday:   “I updated the House today in an Oral Statement on the Government’s progress on building safety and set out this...

One Day Workshop UCLAN and IFSM

Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) – Smoke, Fire and Evacuation Modelling Following on from an email to all members a few months ago on CFD, a number of you have mentioned your interest in learning more about CFD modelling in the context of fire...

Industries Response Group report is released

The Executive Summary of the response to the Dame Judith Hackitt (DJH) Review from the 12 Working Groups that were set up to look into the points raised by DJH has been finalised by the coordinating Competency Steering Group (CSG) of the Industries Response Group. ...

Level 2 Award in the Principles of Fire Risk Assessing

The IFSM are currently in production of a customised qualification aimed at providing basic underlying principles which are required prior to undertaking Fire Risk Assessments (FRAs). See further details here...

Beyond just being a professional Institute, I see IFSM as a family of professional people with professional mindsets, a place where everyone is special irrespetive of the class of membership.

IFSM has challenged me to continually think, act, and upgrade myself professionally.

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Victor Matthew Ayegba (SIFSM, SIAFSS, SCIWEM, SCWM, SCIHT, SAoFA, AHLA, SISWA)

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