MRS opens Fife training facility

UK company MRS Training and Rescue have opened a new training facility in Fife, Scotland that will focus on Working at Height and Confined Spaces courses.
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MRS Training & Rescue can trace its roots back in Scotland to 1910

The 324 m² centre features an 8m tall scaffold access system to simulate a variety of industry Working at Height rescue and training drills.

There are also dedicated confined space vessels and crawl spaces with a variety of entry points, for bespoke confined space training.

The new Inverkeithing facility will augment the company's long-established site at Crossgates in Fife which already offers a purpose-built 17m high tower for work at height training

MRS Training & Rescue was first established as a mines rescue station in Cowdenbeath, Fife in 1910