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Welcome to Shock Mitigation
Shock Mitigation brings together subject matter expertise to reduce injury, increase efficiency and reduce the risk of damaging litigation for professional organisations.
Shock Mitigation - The Challenge
The evolving challenges for RIB, RHIB and High Speed Craft operators worldwide include faster craft, increased time on the water and changing operational requirements.
The definition of Shock Mitigation is - "to make a violent collision or impact less intense". This is the challenge for naval architects, designers and boat builders worldwide.
Shock Mitigation - Technical Factors
Professional marine organisations require specialist boats and equipment that can be used night and day by RIB and High Speed Craft operators in extreme conditions.
Recent European and US military RIB and High Speed Craft tenders require manufacturers to measure boats to identify vibration levels that affect the occupants health.
Shock Mitigation - Human Factors
Professional maritime organisations are increasingly aware that changing operational expectations may exceed human limitations. High fitness and stamina are not enough.
Realistic risk assessments plus an effective shock mitigation strategy result in improved safety for individuals and add to the overall efficiency of any organisation.
Shock Mitigation - Combined Solutions
The marine sector worldwide is looking for combined solutions that include new hull forms, efficent work stations and controls, suspension seating, safety equipment and training.
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