After decades of conflict, including international and civil war, insurgency and terrorist activity, Yemen has a legacy of landmines and unexploded ordnance (UXO) that will challenge safe movement for generations.
SafeLane Global is working in solidarity with the Saudi Project for Landmine Clearance MASAM, and the Yemeni Government to map, manage and respond to this developing humanitarian crisis.
SafeLane Global personnel operate in this high threat environment to help bring greater safety for the Yemeni people, and to facilitate the safe path of humanitarian aid, even in the midst of conflict.
UXO clearance in Papua New Guinea for oil company
Oil company technical adviser
"[SafeLane Global] has provided UXO clearance services in Papua New Guinea for both our Phase 2 Geotechnical Site Investigation in August of 2010 and our Phase 3 Geotechnical Site Investigation. During the Phase 2 investigations, they provided clearance for 8 borehole locations and 7 test pit locations, as well as access paths to these locations. This Phase 2 work was performed directly as a subcontract to our Geotechnical Engineering Consultant. During the Phase 3 investigations, we engaged [SafeLane Global] directly to provide clearance of 5 borehole and 9 test pit locations and associated access routes. On both investigations, [SafeLane Global] provided knowledgeable and experienced personnel to perform its clearance work professionally and in a timely manner, allowing the geotechnical investigations to be completed without incident. We are very happy [SafeLane Global's] work and would not hesitate to utilize them again should the occasion arise."
Training support for mine action services in Somalia
”As part of the Annual Review we visited SafeLane Global's HQ in Jowhar yesterday. As part of this SafeLane Global staff provided support with the training stands where they performed excellently. They were extremely professional, enthusiastic and friendly and contributed significantly to the visit. Please pass on our appreciation to the guys for their performance.“ Client's IED Operations Officer
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.