Determining the level of any posed unexploded ordnance (UXO) threat, on land or in water, is often the first stage of any SafeLane Global detection or clearance project anywhere in the world.
Additionally, SafeLane Global's research output and survey data are stand alone deliverables for its 10,000+ clients.
Its accurate reporting supports better decision making and risk management, ensuring the most successful outcome for any project.
Initial risk mitigation analysis undertaken by SafeLane Global for its clients’ projects identifies the most appropriate and relevant UXO survey technique and technology that should be deployed.
This depends upon the following key criteria:
• The type of UXO or unexploded bomb (UXB)
• Possible depth of UXO/UXB
• Ground conditions
• Scope of the proposed works
• Future use of the project site
Using a wide range of specialist in-house geophysical survey technologies and techniques, SafeLane Global provides tailor made solutions for land and marine UXO projects. Each survey solution is designed to detect the potential target UXO.
On site QA/QC is conducted along with software analysis verification by its in-house geophysicists to ensure that each survey solution is fit for purpose.
UXO surveys are conducted by SafeLane Global’s in-house resources, (plant, equipment, technology and personnel) without the need to rely on sub-contracted services or equipment.
SafeLane Global's desktop surveys range from threat assessments for constructors to blast simulation reports for oil and gas companies.Read more
SafeLane Global deploys a variety of non-intrusive survey technologies and systems.Read more
Intrusive surveys permit detection far beyond the capabilities of a non-intrusive survey.Read more
Intertidal and marine surveys
SafeLane Global conducts marine and intertidal surveys worldwide.Read more