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Falklands Forty – 100th Cyclists’ Memorial Service and Updates


Our latest Falklands Forty update! The team, sponsored by SafeLane, attended the 100th Cyclists' Memorial Service in Meriden - read more and meet a new team member, Gary Carr.

World Patient Safety Day


World Patient Safety Day falls on the 17th September annually – it’s to raise global awareness for the reduction of patient harm. SafeLane's highly qualified field staff proactively work to prevent risks that may lead to patient harm – both through education and the provision of medical support.

Alex Hammerton under the staff spotlight


Alex Hammerton is a member of SafeLane’s Management Accountancy team, a team that’s both a critical cog in the well-oiled International Operations machine, and a centre for brilliant banter! In his staff spotlight we discover more about what these number crunchers get up to.

Why a school needed a UXO watching brief


A watching brief is when an explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) engineer watches works; here's why a school in Kent needed one.

The humble heroes combatting WWII’s explosive legacy


Tuesday the 27th of July started like any other day for Daniel Steinbach’s explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams. Carefully, methodically they surveyed a construction site in Germany, looking for unexploded ordnance (UXO).

Community engagement in Somalia


The nature of the explosive threat mitigation work SafeLane undertakes can of course be dangerous – community engagement is therefore critical for several key reasons...

Falklands Forty: Endeavour, Endurance and Comradeship


Falklands Forty is a week long veteran bike ride scheduled to take place in 2022 to mark 40 years since the Falklands War.

Marine UXO Project Manager Andrew Lonsdale


Meet Andrew Lonsdale MIExpE, he’s a former Royal Navy Petty Officer Clearance Diver who’d already achieved notoriety at SafeLane before he even joined full time! Read on to discover more.

Who should you trust to conduct a UXO risk assessment?


A UXO risk assessment is a necessity you just want to tick off your to do list as quickly as possible. However, with more and more suppliers to choose from, how do you pick the best provider? In this guide we highlight the checks you need to make before placing your order.

Is the disposal of UXO destroying marine environment?


In this subject matter expert opinion piece by SafeLane’s Marine Director Ryan Prophet, he explains how seriously the protection of the fragile marine ecosystem is taken – and what innovations exist to protect from UXO disposal operations.

Why work in mine action?


Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Assistant Mahmoud Abakir Ezairig explains how past experience motivated him to join the mine action sector. #MineActionApril


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