UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE (UXO)
Military Range Clearance
In Singapore, the reduced availability of training areas for the military has led to mounting pressure being placed on existing training ground and facilities. As they are overused, existing training ground and facilities are increasingly contaminated and the need to maintain a safe training environment for military personnel becomes more urgent.
Explomo undertakes explosive ordnance contamination reduction on behalf of the Singapore Ministry of Defence using ex-military personnel who are experienced in compliance to military clearance standards and operating procedures. In addition, we also design maintenance schedules to meet the military’s precise needs so that contamination reduction can be more effectively managed. Explomo has provided these services to the Singapore military since 1997 and is still the current trusted contractor
of the Singapore military and police force.
Bomb / War Relic Scan and Detection
Explomo has also carried out detection of ordnance projects extensively in Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan.
Significant projects include the Woodlands checkpoint, the reclamation projects around Jurong Island and ordnance- contaminated areas in Malaysia, Labuan, Taiwan etc.
EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE SURVEY
Following a comprehensive threat assessment, and providing there is no landmine or booby-trap threat, Explomo can conduct a non-intrusive survey of any area. A precise anomaly map of the area will be produced that can be used to identify potential items of explosive ordnance. This can be done underwater too, including riverbanks, lake bottoms and seabed. In areas where there is a mine or booby-trap threat, Explomo’s Demining teams will conduct a remote survey in order to identify the explosive ordnance threat and determine the true extent of that contamination.
All survey operations will be conducted in accordance with International Mine Action Standards (IMAS). In addition, personnel who undertake survey operations will be made available to escort other agencies and advise them on the existing threat.