It’s estimated that 10% of bombs dropped by the Germans during WWII failed, consequently unexploded ordnance (UXO) is found somewhere in Britain every single month.
A recent find by SafeLane Global in London’s Docklands temporarily closed London City airport, and serves as a stark reminder of the continuing need for comprehensive support to manage explosive remnants of war (ERW).
SafeLane Global’s experts lead the way, surveying, searching for, finding and managing the threat of unexploded ordnance – on land and in water – for its clients across the British Isles.
Working alongside Her Majesty’s Government, SafeLane Global has also been at the forefront of operations to clear the Falkland Islands of landmines following the war of 1982.
By 2020 the Falkland Islands will be landmine free, and new life will have been breathing into unsafe environments, positively transforming communities and the lives of those living and working within them.
Unit 2, Phocle Park,
Phocle Green Upton Bishop,
Herefordshire, HR9 7XU
Phone: +44 (0) 1594 368 077
UK Land & International Marine Office
Unit 3, The Courtyard Campus Way,
Gillingham Business Park, Gillingham,
Kent, ME8 0NZ
Phone: +44 (0) 1634 471 340
UXO clearance for UK constructor
SafeLane Global was commissioned to provide unexploded ordnance clearance ahead of piling works for the construction of a large housing project in Enfield, London, UK.Read more
Emergency UXO incident handling UK
A German airdropped SC250kg bomb was discovered on a construction site in Bath. SafeLane Global subject matter experts successfully handled the incident.Read more
High resolution magnetometry survey UK
SafeLane Global conducted a high resolution magnetometry survey to identity potential items of ordnance at a former RAF base in Gloucestershire.Read more
UXO risk assessments
SafeLane Global provided preliminary risk assessments for 46 sites in the South East of England, prior to the refurbishment and installation of water mains.Read more
UXO risk mitigation strategy for UK constructor
SafeLane delivered a comprehensive unexploded ordnance (UXO) risk mitigation strategy for a UK constructor working on a former MoD site.Read more
Intrusive survey for airdropped bombs UK
The company was contracted to provide UXO risk mitigation services for infrastructure development at a sewage treatment works in UK.Read more
Non-intrusive survey for a solar energy farm UK
Non-intrusive survey of a former Royal Air Force station that was being developed as a utility scale solar energy farm.Read more
Pre-drill surveys Deptford Wharves UK
Pre-drill surveys and full site clearance for a multinational construction infrastructure company.Read more
UXO risk assessment for UK constructor
Provision of detailed risk assessment of a residential estate within a central London Borough, prior to its demolition and redevelopment.Read more
Target investigation and excavation Enfield, UK
Following an intrusive survey on a development site in Enfield, SafeLane Global recommended excavation of an anomaly presenting as potential unexploded ordnance.Read more
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.
Professionalism of SafeLane Global HQ staff
Gus Maartens Mine Action Instructor, KSA
"Grant me the opportunity to provide feedback regarding my personal experience while dealing with [SafeLane Global], as well as my recruitment process over the past fortnight. After my telecom with Chris Clark regarding the offered position on the Thursday evening, I received the initial documentation from Rebecca the same day, which indicates the professionalism of [SafeLane Global] staff to me as an SANDF veteran! I was constantly kept in the loop regarding the developing situation with [SafeLane Global]. I am looking forward to commence with my post at [SafeLane Global]”
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”