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Coronavirus
March 25, 2020

The health & safety of our employees, customers and wider community is always our main priority, especially in these challenging times. Our values are, and always have been, rooted in keeping people safe.

A group of people are partaking in the MRS Rooftop Safety Training course. They are wearing PPE.
February 11, 2020

Any work which takes place on a roof, is working at height – and in accordance with the Work at Height Regulations 2005 – should be avoided, if possible.

Have a safe christmas
December 19, 2019

Christmas is just around the corner, and your workplace is likely festooned with trees, lights and decorations (all of which were put up using working at height practices, with electrical equipment PAT tested and wires safe and not causing any tri

Rooftop Access Training
December 17, 2019

From 1st January 2020 a new training standard will be launched across the UK that has been designed for individuals engaged in working at height activities on mast and towers.

A person wearing a yellow high-vis is participating in the PASMA Towers for Users Training.
November 25, 2019

PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association) is the nationally recognised body for mobile access towers safety and training.

Injuries whilst working at height
November 18, 2019

Working at height is still the largest contributor to major injuries and fatalities to workers in the UK – across all industries.

What is working at height?

Rescue Teams
October 24, 2019

Locals in Dinas Rhondda – refer to the MRS Training & Rescue centre in the village as the ‘Mines Rescue Station’.

Working safely at height
September 27, 2019

Falls from height are one of the biggest causes of workplace fatalities and major injuries. Therefore it’s vital that anyone working at height has the right training and skills to stay safe.

Confined space training
September 11, 2019

For over 100 years, MRS Training & Rescue (formerly Mines Rescue Service) has provided emergency rescue services for those working in mines.

A confined space with a specified risk
September 2, 2019

Confined spaces have the potential to become dangerous places to work in, and it is important that anyone working in a confined space understands possible hazards that could arise.

A confined space is defined as:

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