Case studies

BRIT Awards

2016

The BRIT Awards were held on Wednesday 24th February 2016 at the O2 Arena. The BRIT Awards has been hosted at the O2 for 6 years and with lots of new ideas it was an exciting and challenging event for the MRL team. The awards ceremony had spectacular, special effect filled performances from Little Mix, Adele and Justin Bieber. The event also saw the return of the standing pit audience. MRL Safety began with liaising with the event organisers and…

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Volvo Ocean Yacht Race

2015
Yachts at the marina

MRL Safety were contracted by Worldsport International, on behalf of the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, to provide event health and safety services for the prestigious Ocean Yacht Race. The Abu Dhabi stopover was the halfway point on the 2014/2015 Volvo Ocean Race; the Race Village is the hub of the event activity featuring large sponsor pavilions, concerts, the race marina and the venue for inshore racing. The event attracted over 175,000 visitors while it was open to the…

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London Olympic Handover

2015

The Olympic Flag was handed over from the Mayor of Beijing to the Mayor of London on Sunday 24 August. The eight minute performance in the Olympic Stadium in China featured a red London bus with superstars Leona Lewis, Jimmy Page and David Beckham and was watched by around 1.5 billion people worldwide. Key Features: Attended numerous planning meetings in the lead up to the event. Show-day safety manager. Safety documentation production. Contractor health & safety documentation gathering. As part…

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Healthcare Resilience

2015

Following a National Capability Survey in 2006, MRL was commissioned by the Department of Health to complete a comprehensive scoping of level of understanding and appreciation of business continuity management across the NHS. National project. Scoping and development. Programme management. This scoping work set the foundation for developing a three year strategy establishing the NHS Resilience Project. The project would set the pace and standard for the NHS to be aligned with other government departments and other category 1 responders…

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