For the past 15 years, SafeLane Global has been actively promoting a safer Kuwait.
Following the Gulf war with Iraq in the 90s, Kuwait has been littered with landmines and unexploded ordnance, constituting a threat to the lives of civilians, and a stumbling block for planned industrial and commercial developments.
SafeLane Global continues to provide safe and efficient area clearance to facilitate regeneration of Kuwait.
Due to the knowledge gained from years of supporting clearance and redevelopment in Kuwait, SafeLane is supporting The Kuwait National Development Plan.
By 2030 the State of Kuwait, needs to resettle around 2.6 million people.
28,288 family homes will be built within the housing project spread over 12 neighbourhoods. The development is taking place across 40 km2 of land – which is potentially contaminated by explosive remnants of war (ERW).
Read the case studies below for more information.
UXO and ERW clearance of Kuwait oil fields
SafeLane Global was tasked with clearing unexploded ordnance (UXO) and explosive remnants of war (ERW) for a private client in Kuwait.Read more
UXO survey and clearance operations in Kuwait
SafeLane is working to support the Kuwait National Development Plan, remediating unexploded ordnance contaminated land to enable the development of housing.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.”
A seismic company, Kuwait.
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.”
Staff that go above and beyond at a construction site in the UK
Morgan Sindall Group
“In our monthly Workforce Engagement meeting one of your site team has been nominated for our Project Incentive Scheme. He was nominated by MS Construction Manager for always being helpful & explaining how SafeLane Global works - especially when challenged on a point of safety. This is a reflection of all your site team’s efforts and is much appreciated. We are all quick to focus on the negatives and ignore any positive feedback so I would like to thank all your Ops on site for their pro-active attitude so far, let’s keep up the good work.”
Morgan Sindall Project Manager, Barrow in Furness.