Warren Thomson
Cresent - Making Work Safe

New Year, New Sectors, New Appointment to the Board

Control of Work and Health and Safety specialists, Cresent are delighted to announce that Warren Thomson, who joined the firm in 2012, has been appointed Operations Director and invited to join the board.

Cresent finished the end of last year by successfully signing off the project completion documents on their first major nuclear contract, worth around £0.5M. Newly appointed director, Warren, had overseen the delivery of the two-year project, from initial gap audit to handing over the bespoke Safe System of Work (SSOW) system and the associated training.

Warren said “This is an exciting time both for me as an individual and for Cresent. We continue to be increasingly active within sectors and locations that, in years gone by, the firm may not have considered. Already this year we are being invited to explore opportunities that will lead to new streams of business being won, so I am very pleased to become a member of the Board and be part of Cresent’s future.”

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CEO, Jim Land, commented “Since joining Cresent, Warren has shown that he has the ideal skill set to oversee both commercial and operational aspects of our business. In previous roles he worked within the corporate areas of academia, gaining experience in tender management, project funding & administration and commercial contracts, and as we continue to see our business expand to new markets, such as utilities and the chemical industry, his ability and track record will continue to complement Cresent’s heritage in oil & gas. I am confident that Warren will be a tremendous asset to the board and contribute to the growth of the firm. 

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