What is the “MGH” charge on my credit card statement?

Please note that all conference charges for the MWDPTC will appear as PayPal charges from “MGH” on your credit card statement.

Is a hotel stay included in my registration?

As a reminder, Midwest Damage Prevention Training Conference attendees are responsible for booking and managing their own hotel reservations directly with the French Lick Resort.

(Please note: All scholarship recipients, as well as sponsors who receive complimentary hotel accommodations as part of their sponsorship package, will still have their accommodations arranged through the conference organizers.)


After Oct. 14 attendees and exhibitors who no longer can attend the 2023 conference, and who contact [email protected], will be able to transfer their registration and booth to 2024. Attendees will be responsible for paying any cost increases from 2023 MWDPTC to 2024 MWDPTC prices in order to take advantage of this transfer policy.



Who should attend the Midwest Damage Prevention Training Conference?

We welcome all stakeholders in the Damage Prevention industry, including but not limited to the following:

Contractors: Owners, CEOs, safety directors, risk managers and field supervisors. 

Contract locating firm managers: Regional managers, field managers/supervisors and damage investigators.

Facility owners: Damage prevention managers, damage investigators, engineers, agency administrators, legal counsel and communications professionals for damage prevention stakeholder organizations.

Regulatory agencies: Federal, state and local compliance officers.

One call centers: Employees in the Midwest region and across the country.

Other stakeholders: Planning engineers, emergency responders/dispatchers, public officials and all other stakeholders who support and contribute to preventing damage to underground utilities. 

What are the goals of this conference?

The MWDPTC brings together damage prevention professionals from across the Midwest and beyond to discuss the latest trends, laws, and best practices in the industry, as well as network and socialize with new and old friends in the Damage Prevention family.