Case studies

We work on many different projects for a wide range of industries. Take a look at the case studies of just some of the projects our teams have delivered for our customers.

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Case Studies

Scottish Water provides 1 billion litres of water a day across Scotland – and we’re proud to be the company’s preferred training provider for the last 20 years. We provide Scottish Water with a range of health and safety training courses and

We are committed to supporting communities across the world. Below are two examples of projects MRS teams have been involved with – both demonstrate our continued belief in giving back and helping those less fortunate.

British Gypsum, part of the Saint-Gobain group, wanted to ensure their staff would not only learn the theory aspects of first aid, but also be assessed for competence when using their skills in a practical situation. 

Natural Power is an independent consultant and service provider for those that work on green energy projects. It offers a range of services including geotechnical site investigation work for renewable energy projects and associated infrastructure. As

Dragonby Mine is a redundant iron ore mine owned by Tata Steel. Although no longer mined, the company has a duty of care to maintain its structural soundness.

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