The Ivory Coast had been considered a beacon of peace and prosperity in West Africa until an armed rebellion in 2002 initiated a decade of violence.
Enhancing local capacity to manage explosive threats was a key UN objective, to assist in the subsequent stabilisation efforts.
To this end, in 2015, SafeLane Global provided much needed EOD and IEDD training to local security forces.
SafeLane Global has extensive experience operating in Africa, where it has been active for 29 years across 28 different states.
With its significant experience, SafeLane Global understands that the nature of the threat environment can significantly vary across the African continent, and stands ready to provide a full range of services for the full range of explosive and security threats.
EOD and IEDD training Ivory Coast
SafeLane Global delivered explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) and improvised explosive device disposal (IEDD) training programmes in theatre in the Ivory Coast.Read more
Adding value to seismic operations in Kuwait
“SafeLane Global has been supporting our operations in Kuwait since 2008 providing Explosive Ordnance Clearance activities. Over the past five years we have established a successful working relationship and I can confirm that we are satisfied with the performance and high work ethics of SafeLane Global.”
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Cooperation, support and team work spirit
Mike Mpango, Veterinary Officer in Somalia
"As for the [SafeLane Global] team answering any questions raised, I just give them credit apparently. most especially the Project Manager and Deputy project manager , Project officer, Project support officer and the Acting Operations Officer. Their cooperation, support and team work spirit, has done me a good job in service delivery. With regards to the recruitment exercise, I just regard it to be good, fast and not time consuming, especially if the candidate is ready to immediately undertake the job. The man power executive were extremely supportive and informative, and that's how I was only able to be assessed, recruited and supported online to enter into Somalia, where I had never been before. I dont have additional comments, but just to wish the company success and prosperity.”
Keep up the good work you all are doing
Eric Isaacs EDD Handler, Syria
"Since the first time Rebecca at [SafeLane Global] made contact with me via email or telefonic everything was clear and informative to me. I look forward to starting work in Pretoria at [SafeLane Global] Dog School and moving to Syria very soon. Keep up the good work you all are doing towards us as the contractors.”