THE BRITISH REGISTER OF ACCREDITED MEMORIAL MASONS

Visit the BRAMM website here.

BRAMM is the only independent scheme that is represented equally by burial authorities and memorial masons therefore you have a say on the BRAMM board via your ICCM representatives.

Download the step by step guide to adopting the BRAMM Scheme.

BRAMM assists burial authorities in ensuring that all memorials are installed in accordance with British Standard 8415 and current industry standards. Ensure compliance and reduce instances of unstable and dangerous memorials.
There is no charge made to burial authorities that adopt the scheme.

Search for accredited companies and  fixers.
Those burial authorities and companies signed up to BRAMM can obtain a password from the BRAMM office.
Not Signed up? Click the link to the BRAMM site, select ‘Document Download Centre’ and register now.

Free BRAMM Seminars for 2018 – Dates will be added shortly.

The seminars are for cemetery management who aim to achieve the highest safety standards for memorial construction. Whether you are registered with BRAMM or not we will provide a sound understanding of our free services designed to create safer cemeteries. The seminars will last approximately 3 hours. Should you wish to attend please email BRAMM at bramm@bramm-uk.org .

 

BRAMM Website – Click here

No Cost for burial authorities that adopt the BRAMM Scheme.
FREE seminars for cemetery staff and memorial masons.
BRAMM will deal with incidents of non-compliance in your cemetery.
Access to the Register of Accredited Memorial Masons.
Access to registered masons insurance certificates and risk assessment.

BRAMM Newsletter
Autumn 2017

The BRAMM Blue Book

Download the Blue Book here.

The Blue Book is a guide for memorial masons and cemetery personnel.
Written in easy to understand language, the information provided in the Blue Book offers an account of best practice for the installation of a lawn memorial, and is a good reference point for checking compliance with BS8415.

Distribute the Blue Book to your local memorial masons and include compliance with BS8415 in your regulations.

It is also intended to help Burial Ground managers and staff understand processes and procedures used by memorial masons when fixing and re-fixing lawn memorials in cemeteries & burial grounds. Therefore this is a working document for both burial ground staff and memorial masons.