EOD/IEDD Rapid Response

To reduce the impact of explosive ordnance and improvsied explosive devices on civilian populations, SafeLane provides EOD/IEDD Rapid Response Teams to conduct EOD spot tasks in prioritized areas.

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Explosive hazards are a major threat to civilian populations all around the world. The presence of land mines, explosive remnants of war (ERW) and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) can cause serious harm to individuals and communities, and can even impede progress in development efforts.

SafeLane’s work mitigates these risks, and with the provision of rapid response explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) and improvised explosive device disposal (IEDD) teams, it can work quickly to meet any challenge.

EOD/IEDD rapid response teams may be deployed as a stand alone solution, or form part of a wider response to a nation’s explosive contamination.  Teams are comprised of highly trained professionals who can quickly deploy to areas where explosive hazards have been identified.  Teams are equipped with the latest technology and equipment to ensure they can effectively detect, identify, and dispose of explosive remnants of war and improvised explosive devices in accordance with client or community requirements.

When prioritising areas for spot tasks, SafeLane conducts a thorough assessment of the area to identify any potential hazards before commencing required operations for clearance or render safe.

The initial assessment is based on a variety of factors, including the nature and extent of the contamination, the proximity of the contamination to civilian populations, and any other relevant information that may be available.

Once the assessment is complete, SafeLane's rapid response teams can quickly mobilize to the identified areas to conduct EOD/IEDD spot tasks. These tasks may include the disposal of multiple items of ammunition, the detection and identification of explosive hazards, and the render safe, recovery, and disposal of explosive remnants of war and improvised explosive devices.

The primary goal of a rapid response is the protection of civilian populations from the risks associated with explosive hazards.  By being able to quickly respond to identified explosive remnants of war and improvised explosive devices or land mines, SafeLane can reduce the dangerous impact of these hazards on communities.  The objective is returning explosive contaminated lands to normality.

SafeLane provides comprehensive explosive threat mitigation services – both on land and in the marine environment – anywhere in the world.

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Keeping communities contaminated with explosive remnants of war safe since 1989

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