Projects
Survey and clearance in Fallujah Iraq- 2

provide six search and clearance teams, medical cover, risk awareness teams and their own life support teams. A summary of requirements is listed below:

  • 6 x Team leader
  • 30 x Deminers
  • 2 x IEDD Assistants
  • 2 x Risk Awareness Team Leader
  • 2 x male and 2 x female Risk Awareness Educators
  • 10 x Cars
  • 4 x Ambulance & 4 x Driver
  • 4 x Security
Survey and clearance in Fallujah Iraq

provide six search and clearance teams, medical cover, risk awareness teams and their own life support teams. A summary of requirements is listed below:

  • 6 x Team leader
  • 30 x Deminers
  • 2 x IEDD Assistants
  • 2 x Risk Awareness Team Leader
  • 2 x male and 2 x female Risk Awareness Educators
  • 10 x Cars
  • 4 x Ambulance & 4 x Driver
  • 8 x Security

Threat and Impact Assessment in Fallujah - Al Anbar Province

Provide the services of one complete ten-man team and vehicles consisting of:

  • 1 x Team leader
  • 1 x Medic
  • 8 x Deminers
  • 2 x Cars
  • Equipment as agreed to conduct Threat and Impact Assessment
  • Personal Protective Equipment - body armour and helmet per individual
  • VHF radio communications - minimum of 5 - 1 per survey team
  • Individual first aid kits — one per individual
  • Team trauma first aid kit — one for the team
Sealine Project

(the “Sea Line Project”), which is financed and supported through the Japanese Official Development Assistance (ODA) Loan by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The Project involves the development of two offshore platforms, a 75 kilometer 48” oil pipeline and a Single Point Mooring system.

Al Fahd Company for mine removal was contacted and initiated work within this project before the date of 21 of December 2012 as a third party contractor for Offshore PTE ltd.

Sterling Project

This subcontract is based on the original contract which have been signed by the First Party with UNMAS (which will be called here “the Customer”), which is a Threat and Impact Assessment to be executed in Ramadi - Al Anbar Province, and according to the guidance and instructions of the customer.

UNMAS Risk Analysis

This subcontract is based on the original contract which has been signed by the First Party with UNMAS ( which will be called here “the Customer”), which is a NTS (NON Technical Survey) to be executed in Ramadi - Al Anbar Province

UNMAS nontechnical Survey

This Agreement is made and is effective this 2nd day of April, 2016, by and between Sterling International Group, LLC., located at 2229 Old Highway 95, Lenoir City, Tennessee, 37771 (hereinafter referred to as “Sterling”), and Al-Fahad Mines Removal Limited Liability Company, located at Building 12, 17th July Street, Ramadi, Al Anbar, Iraq, (hereandafter referred to as “Subcontractor”). For the purposes of this Agreement, SIG and Subcontractor may be collectively referrred to as the “Parties”or individually referred to as a “Party”.

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