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The School of Forensic Sciences has partnered with several organizations to form the Institute for Global Explosive Mitigation. By working collaboratively with partners, the OSU Institute for Global Explosive Hazard Mitigation will become the world leader in a conscientious endeavor while offering opportunities for students across the globe. From land mine mitigation to post conflict trauma support, the institute will have a global impact.

Institute Members:

John Hopkins University Whiting School of

Engineering's Energetics Research Group

Golden West Humanitarian Foundation, NGO

Platinum East, NGO

Bomb Techs Without Borders, NGO

Regions of MA operation

  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Middle East
  • The Americas

Related mine action topics

  • Ammunition Management
  • Anti-vehicle mines (AVM)
  • Conferences
  • EORE
  • International conventions
  • Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention (APMBC)
  • Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW)
  • Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM)
  • Detection and clearance
  • Residual contamination
  • Survey
  • Mobile technology
  • Quality management
  • Strategic management
  • Mine action in general
  • Planning, monitoring and evaluation
  • Regional cooperation programmes
  • Risk education
  • SD, ASM and EOD
  • Ammunition safety management (ASM)
  • Characterisation of Explosive Weapons (CEW)
  • Explosive ordnance disposal (EOD)
  • Stockpile destruction
  • Underwater EOD
  • Security and development
  • Development
  • Environment
  • Socio-economic survey
  • Standards
  • International standards
  • Victim assistance