The objective of a UXO risk mitigation strategy is to ensure that sources of potential UXO are accurately identified.
Then the risk posed by UXO to the project / works can be objectively assessed.
Thereafter, a strategy can be developed for managing the known risk at hand.
SafeLane Global always considers the requirements of the project and its stakeholders, meaning all risks are considered - from environmental factors and risks to life, to reputational, financial and licensing issues.
The outcome of the risk mitigation process can lead to various outcomes. Examples include:
- factual evidence that determines the risk of UXO is insignificant and no further intervention is required
- strategic recommendations on processes and interventions to reduce the UXO risk to as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP)
- recommendation for further on-site UXO survey or intrusive investigations
- determining suitable methodologies for installation and construction operations
Depending on the scale of a project, all of the foregoing scenarios could occur.
As a client, you can have absolute confidence in SafeLane's marine team to underwrite and comprehensively mitigate every risk to your project's successful outcome.