Certifications

ISO 14001 (developed by the International Organization for Standardization) applies to sustainable development and specifies the requirements for an environmental management system (continual improvement and specific requirements).
The ISO 22000 certification guarantees our control of food safety hazards: this international standard aims to harmonise requirements in the area of food safety management among all players in the agri-food industry. It integrates the principles of Hazard Analysis and Critical Points Control (HACCP).
TRACE
OHSAS 18001 indicates how to implement an occupational health and safety management system. It aims to help organisations achieve better risk management in order to reduce workplace accidents, improve performance in terms of occupational health and safety, and comply with legislation.
This standard defines the criteria for a quality management system, which include in particular a strong client focus, the continual improvement of the services on offer, and the motivation and implication of top management.

Who we are

CIS is specialised in managing remote sites in extreme onshore and offshore environments. We work with companies operating in the oil and gas, mining, engineering and construction sectors, as well as with defence bodies and international organisations.

Around its core catering and accommodation activities, the Group has developed a comprehensive range of turnkey solutions in the facility management and support services sectors.

DISCOVER CIS

1992

creation of CIS in 1992

1998

Initial public offering of CIS in 1998

11000

employees

180

operating sites in 20 countries

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