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Image taken from the Herald Magazine article about MRS Training & Rescue
January 20, 2021

We were delighted to welcome Mark Smith, a journalist at The Herald, to our training centre at Crossgates, Fife in Scotland recently.

Delegates on a social distanced training course
January 12, 2021

Following the new nationwide lockdown that came into effect on 5 January, we wanted to reassure you that training and rescue operations across all our sites remain fully open to support industry in ‘keeping people safe.’ 

3 members of a rescue team removing a casualty from a confined space on a ground stretcher
December 17, 2020

MRS Training and Rescue has been in the business of keeping people safe for over one hundred years.

Happy Christmas 2020
December 15, 2020

With Christmas now only just over a week away, we would like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers both old and new, a safe and happy Christmas, and very best wishes for 2021.

Volunteers from Spirit of Christmas charity
November 19, 2020

Spirit of Christmas was set up in 2008 by MRS Training & Rescue’s Lead IQA Ronnie Munro and his wife Diane, to provide family Christmas parties for local socially and economically disadvantaged families.

Health and safety statistics for the construction industry
November 17, 2020

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has recently published its Construction Statistics in Great Britain, 2020.

Utility Week Live Online Banner
November 11, 2020

Utility Week Live is one of the biggest events in the water industry calendar and a place where the key players, from water companies to industry experts, all meet annually.

we are open
November 5, 2020

We wanted to reassure you that training and rescue operations across all our sites remain fully open to support industry in ‘keeping people safe.’ 

A person wearing WAH equipment climbing a ladder
October 29, 2020

Falls from height are one of the biggest causes of workplace fatalities and major injuries in the UK, accounting for around a quarter of workplace deaths and thousands of the major injuries reported each year.

Two people in Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE)
October 26, 2020

It is an employer’s responsibility to control substances hazardous to health in their workplace and to prevent and adequately control exposure of staff to these substances.

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