As part of its unswerving commitment to the mitigation of risk, SafeLane Global provides risk education as part of its standard approach to all operations - on land, in water, in the UK or internationally.
Sessions are planned and delivered according to the general threat facing the project in question, and always take into account any language or learning abilities of target audiences.
SafeLane Global’s safety awareness programmes are available to client personnel operating in any contaminated areas.
The programmes ensure a client’s staff are aware and alert to the dangers of unexploded ordnance (UXO) encountered during field operations.
SafeLane Global regularly conducts education sessions for personnel involved in construction and infrastructure projects for example, and it has delivered mine risk education to hundreds of local communities globally in areas affected by conflict.
It educates in recognising and avoiding the risks of explosive remnants of war (ERW) – including mines and improvised explosive devices.
It also develops project-specific mine and UXO management plans for client organisations.