How do we know where to prioritise our clearance operations? We ask the communities affected.
Risk education (also known as 'mine risk education') is another key element of community liaison. This involves giving tailored safety messages to help minimise the risk for people living and working in and having to travel through contaminated areas.
A risk education session may include, for example: how to recognise commonly found remnants of conflict; how to report a dangerous item; what to do in an emergency; known areas of contamination and accidents; warning clues and signs for mined areas; how to keep others safe, and more.