Cumbria O&M Services (COMS) celebrates significant safety milestone as business continues steady upward growth trajectory 9th July 2018: Cumbria O&M Services (COMS), a leading UK provider of Operational, Maintenance and Engineering services to regulated industries nationwide, have recorded a landmark safety milestone this quarter with an impressive 100,000 continuous hours worked without a loss time […]
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Cumbria O&M Services (COMS) have added CE to their growing list of accredited certifications for their secure office premises in Cleator Moor’s Phoenix House. COMS IT Manager Simon Monaghan engaged the support of local organisations Indelible Data Limited of Maryport to provide assessment and QG Management Standards of Carlisle as the accredited body for certification. […]
Cumbria O&M Services (COMS) have today opened new secure office premises in Cleator Moor’s Phoenix House, part of the Phoenix Enterprise Centre. COMS have selected Phoenix House at Cleator Moor for their new offices providing an ideal central location for their West Cumbrian base. COMS Directors Cliff Woodman and Dave Garratt commented “We have been […]
Cumbria O&M Services have added three more names to their list of local organisations to become beneficiaries of their socio-economic policy. Age UK, West Cumbria, St Bees Lifeboat Station and the Great North Air Ambulance each received £500 towards their respective causes.
COMS have generously sponsored Bransty Rangers U12 Youth Football Team, buying a brand new kit for the new season. Pictured with the team are Cliff Woodman and Dave Garratt from COMS.
Cumbria O&M Services have today been recognised for their commitment to both Quality and Health & Safety through the award of the internationally recognised standards ISO9001:2015 and OHSAS18001:2007.
Nuclear specialists Atkins has partnered with local start-up Cumbria O&M Services Ltd, helping it bid successfully for contracts and more than double its workforce. Pictured from left are Dave Polkey, Atkins’ head of nuclear decommissioning north, and Dave Garratt and Cliff Woodman from COMS.