Daniel Carter

International Operations Manager (Counter EO/IED) at SafeLane Global and 4 other companies
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Daniel Carter is a former Counter Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) Warrant Officer in the British Army. Danny is a great technical ambassador for the UK explosive ordnance disposal community. Daniel joined SafeLane to enhance the company’s counter explosive ordnance and improvised explosive device operational and training services internationally. Prior to joining SafeLane, Daniel enjoyed a long and varied military career, employed as an Ammunition Technician and High Threat Improvised Explosive Device Disposal (IEDD) Operator.

He was deployed on operations in Northern Ireland, Afghanistan, Pakistan and in support of UK Special Forces, SCO19 Counter Terrorism Specialist Firearms Officers, and SO14 Royalty Protection Group.

Since embarking on civilian life, Daniel has been employed on explosive threat mitigation operations in Iraq, Syria and Mali for the US Department of State and the United Nations.

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  • I provided SO14 Royalty Protection Group with technical guidance and assisted in the siting of protective countermeasures and associated explosive storage for the 2012 Olympics in London.

    9 December 2021
  • A career highlight for me was being employed as an Assault IEDD Operator to support UK special forces’ teams, and providing counter terrorism support for specialist firearms officers.

    9 December 2021
  • I was fortunate to have the chance to help with developing the national capacity of Pakistan and Afghanistan; working with their respective IEDD Operators was an absolute honour.

    9 December 2021
Employment
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  • SafeLane Global (www.safelaneglobal.com)
    International Operations Manager (Counter EO/IED)
    started Jun 2020
  • The Development Initiative (TDI)
    Civilian EOD/IEDD Consultant (Mali)
    May 2019 – May 2020
  • Tetra Tech
    Senior Technical Field Manager (Syria)
    May 2018 – May 2019