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Naval Damage Control
The world’s only damage control focused community gathering

9 October, 2013 - 10 October, 2013, Portsmouth, United Kingdom

Naval Damage Control 2013 is the world’s only damage control focused community gathering. The meeting has been designed to act as a platform where military and industry stakeholders can meet to discuss the very latest developments in procedures and technology.

Naval Damage Control 2013 enables all participants to learn from case studies, training scenarios, technology innovations and legislation developments. If you have an interest in any of the elements of naval damage control then this is the best opportunity to learn from the sectors leading organisations and thought leaders.

Key themes for the conferece include:

  • Maritime Fire fighting
  • Maritime CBRN
  • Damage repair
  • Decision making aides
  • Battle Damage Control Systems
  • Training & Simulation
  • Diving
  • Search & Rescue
  • Sea Survival
  • Environmental Protection/Pollution Control

Why attend Naval Damage Control 2013

Naval Damage Control 2013 provides the perfect platform for military, industry and public sector stakeholders involved in all aspects of damage control.

Naval Damage Control 2013 brings together all aspects of maintain ship integrituy at peace and during a conflict. By closely examining all aspects of damage control, the perfect platform is created where all stakeholders, no matter how advanced, can take away the most up to date and critical information..

Why should you attend Naval Damage Control 2013?

  • Discuss the latest issues surrounding the successful safe and efficient management of damage at home and at sea
  • Hear from over 20 world class speakers from all over the world, all of whom are thought leaders within their own particular fields
  • Join with representatives from over 25 nations which means that attendees are able to meet with the largest cross section of the community
  • Discover an impressive selection of industry organisations displaying their latest technological innovations
  • Network with a broad range of attendees from a vast array of different organisations and specialities meaning that you will maximise the short time you spend out of the office


The Marriott Hotel Portsmouth
Portsmouth, UK
hotel website

The conference agenda is available as PDF under downloads.


  • Rear Admiral Chris Parry, Former Director General – Development, Concepts & Doctrine, UK MoD
  • Commodore Michael Mansergh, Commander – Operational Training, FOST, Royal Navy
  • Commander JJ Bailey, Maritime Capability - Marine Systems and Naval Architecture Royal Navy
  • Commander Jules Lowe, Commander - Marine Engineering, HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH Royal Navy
  • Commander Jorge Hernández de Armijo, Resources & Requirements Plans Branch, Plans & Policy Division, Spanish Navy Staff
  • Commander SG Aslak Heen, Commanding Officer, Naval Safety Centre, Royal Norwegian Navy
  • Commander Kristian Tallerås, Head of Department – Damage Control, Naval Safety Centre, Royal Norwegian Navy
  • Commander Per Nielsen, Executive Officer – NAVDAMCONSCHOOL, Royal Danish Navy
  • Lieutenant Commander Stig Gronvold, Head of Department – CBRNW, Naval Safety Centre, Royal Norwegian Navy
  • Lieutenant Commander Marco Fracassi, Assistant – Damage Control Systems Section, Italian MOD Naval Armaments Directorate
  • CPO1 Jeff Morrison, Staff Officer Survivability/Damage Control, Royal Canadian Navy
  • Lieutenant Vito Maggipinto, Ass. Officer Safety Division - NBCD Instructor Italian Navy Maritime Warfare Training Centre
  • Lieutenant Commander José Santos, ME Training Coordinator Portuguese Navy – Naval Training Centre (CITAN)
  • Lieutenant Commander Rui Gonçalves, WE Training Coordinator Portuguese Navy – Naval Training Centre (CITAN)
  • Lieutenant Guy Dimmock, Services Engineer Officer – HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH, Royal Navy
  • Lieutenant Jasper Vos, Senior Instructor - Damage Control Centre, Royal Netherlands Navy
  • Junior Lieutenant Bart Meere, Senior Officer Knowledge Management and Innovation DC - Damage Control Centre, Royal Netherlands Navy
  • Mr Dave Smith, Group Manager, Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Mr Paul Coates, Station Commander, Fareham & Porchester Fire Stations, Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Mr Jack Ingram, NDP Marine Engineer, Naval Design Partnering Team UK MoD
  • Mr Nigel Kennedy, Damage Control Specialist, L3 Marine Systems UK
  • Mr Yvan Lamontagen, Manager HMI and R&D, L-3 MAPPS
  • Mr Alex Stem, Sr. Brand Manager, Gas Equipment, Victor Technologies
  • Mr Erik Middledorp, Senior Automation Architect, IMTECH MARINE NETHERLANDS
  • Mr Goksenin Tumer, Director - Platform Simulators, METEKSAN
  • Mr Alistair Brown, Sales Director, ANGLOCO
  • Malcolm Warr, OBE Mr (Cdr RN (retd)), Chairman, Tranzparency Group


Event details

The Development Network
9 October, 2013
10 October, 2013
The Marriott Hotel Portsmouth
United Kingdom


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