1st - 3rd October 2019
Portsmouth, UK

Organised by info@tdnuk.com +44 (0) 1245 407 916

Naval Damage Control is the premier community gathering for naval, civilian and industry stakeholders.

Welcome to the central information hub for Naval Damage Control, the world’s only meeting that brings together damage control teams, operators, ship owners/Captains, land based marine fire units and industry under one roof for 3 days of packed information sharing, learning and collaboration.

Now in its 6 th year, there are several changes happening that make Naval Damage Control the must attend event in your calendar. These include:

  • Closer collaboration with commercial shipping and land based fire units
  • 2x dedicated focus days allowing you to swap between sessions and achieve your goals
  • Ship/site visits and demonstrations to allow you to experience DC lessons direct

With the future of Naval Damage Control seeing much more automation and reliance on technology, this is the opportunity for you to hear from other nations, see practical solutions that could benefit your organisation and ensure networking opportunities to facilitate future collaboration.

Key topics of the main 3-day meeting include:

  • Maintenance
  • Automation
  • Simulation Training
  • Human Factors
  • Underwater Damage
  • Control
  • CBRN defence
  • Future Developments

Sharing best practice with Passenger Ships

Next year’s conference will also seek to understand to what extent ideas and best practice can be shared between the military and the commercial shipping industries. With less barriers to slow down the implementation of new technologies, commercial shipping can bring new ideas to the table to help Navies improve their damage control capabilities.

Please contact Sales Director James Whitlock to discuss sponsorship and exhibition opportunities.
E: james@tdnuk.com T: +44 (0) 1245 407 916

Please contact Conference Producer Nick Deacon for any military or Public Service enquiries.
E: nicholas.deacon@tdnuk.com T: +44 (0) 1245 407 941