As part of the territory of the Third Reich, Austria was heavily bombed during WWII, and explosive remnants of both world wars remain strewn across Austria to this day.
In 2017, 11 tonnes of unexploded ordnance was recovered from Austrian waterways, and hundreds of kilos of ordnance was successfully cleared from Austrian mountains – much of this dates back to WWI.
Unexploded ordnance poses a threat to life, to the security of infrastructure projects, and to the commercial success of construction projects.
With its highly qualified and internationally experienced personnel, SafeLane Global has been leading the way in Austria since 2007, working to mitigate the threat of unexploded ordnance for private clients and government agencies alike – on land and in water.
It has the staff, technical capabilities and equipment to respond rapidly to any potential threat, and the capacity to deliver end-to-end solutions for long-term operations.
Innsbrucker Bundesstraße 73, 5020, Salzburg
Truly impressive accuracy and reliability of survey data
Sewage infrastructure company
“[SafeLane Global] was able to schedule and deploy multiple resources in accordance with our demanding construction programme. The level of accuracy and reliability of the survey data is truly impressive with only one intrusive investigation which turned out to be a live UXB”
Supporting the world’s largest privately owned security company
"SafeLane Global has been supporting GardaWorld operations since 2008 in Iraq and Afghanistan. We are extremely satisfied with its high level of performance and the professionalism of its personnel”
GardaWorld, global security services provider.
Somalia: good work is always noted and valued
"I would like to pass on my appreciation to the professionalism shown by the MUs in conducting the training/mentoring, a good team here in S3. Their efforts made the whole evolution run smoothly, and everyone involved were more than happy on what was being provided. Please let the guys know that good work is always noted and valued."