SafeLane offers operational support, training and mentoring services and rapid response to military and peacekeeping missions in multiple conflict-affected nations globally.
Its work supports its clients' visions for the creation of safer lands and communities around the world.
SafeLane is currently removing impediments to peace and security for its military and peace keeping clients in Africa and the Middle East.
It is defeating risks posed by explosive threats including mines, bombs and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in multiple complex civil war zones.
Additionally, it works to prevent security breaches to protect personnel, assets and operations.
SafeLane’s work includes:
- Training and mentoring to advance the skills and functional capacity of regional peacekeeping forces in Africa
- Combat engineering services in live conflict zones including reconstructing work and developing forward operating bases
- Entry control point security to prevent terrorist attacks
- Rapid response teams to defeat the threats caused by unexploded ordnance (UXO) and IEDs
- Battle area clearance
Combat engineering in Somalia
Vehicle checkpoint (VCP) rebuild; inner security ring Mogadishu International Airport.Read more
Emergency response to explosion in Somalia
In 2017, Mogadishu was rocked by the largest explosion in the city’s history. SafeLane Global's Somalia team immediately responded.Read more
Project Masam landmine clearance in Yemen
SafeLane Global is providing landmine, unexploded ordnance (UXO) and improvised explosive device (IED) technical advice and support in support of Project Masam in Yemen.Read more