Mobile Confined Space Training

23rd November 2016

We know at MRS that there is always a shortage of time and understanding and managing our Clients expectations is extremely important to us.

Having employees travel from site to a place where training takes place can sometimes be very cost ineffective. Travel time, overtime payments, fuel bills are some of the direct costs associated with attending a venue away from site, however, there's the indirect cost of having staff away from their normal place of work. This can sometimes outweigh the overall costs of having to travel. MRS Training & Rescue know that people's time is extremely valuable in a fast-moving economy that waits for no-one. MRS training & Rescue is able to offer our Clients a solution to these spiralling costs and waste of human resources. We are proud to make available to all of our Clients, our mobile confined space training facility. This capability has allowed us to attend our Clients sites and offer a wide range of confined space related courses. It has been designed to fulfil all the requirements that is required by City & Guilds 6150 assessment criteria. Please get in touch if you would like to know more about how we can help you with our mobile confined space training facility. Billy Gundry Operations Manager t: 01977 676700 m: 07841 662178 e. billy.gundry@mrstrainingandrescue.com w: https://www.mrsl.co.uk/

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