SafeLane [Safe-Lane], noun. /  seɪf-leɪn /

  1. The established global leader for mitigating hazardous material and security threats – on land and in water.
  2. The proven comprehensive solutions provider to humanitarian, commercial and governmental operations worldwide.
  3. A path cleared for safe passage through any hazard.


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SafeLane SnapShot spring 2019

SafeLane SnapShot: issue 02 | spring 2019 | English language version.

Marine unexploded ordnance services explained

SafeLane risk assesses, surveys, detects, identifies and clears unexploded ordnance - including chemical munitions - in any marine environment in the world.

Ciria C681 unexploded ordnance flowchart

A flowchart detailing the Ciria C681 unexploded ordnance 4 stage risk management process for constructors - how to deal with the risk of unexploded bombs when developing in the UK

SafeLane SnapShot winter 2018

SafeLane SnapShot: issue 01 | winter 2018 | English language version.

London City Airport UXO clearance project

SafeLane's marine team has completed 3,000 safe UXO clearance dives so far, making London City Airport's expansion plans possible.

Modern slavery and human trafficking policy

SafeLane Global's commitment to The Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Technical survey of Yorke Bay begins for Falkland Islanders

The Honourable Leona Vidal-Roberts, writing about SafeLane Global.