Construction Safety and Phasing Plans

April 16-18, 2024 | 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. ET Daily | Live ONLINE Training


This course is designed to help airports prepare for airfield construction projects and understand the implementation of airfield construction safety and phasing plans.  Discussion will include the regulatory information provided in FAA Advisory Circular: Guidance for Construction Safety and Phasing Plans. The instructor will explore real world examples to help attendees understand how to meet the obligations for different types of projects and will provide examples for keeping the airfield environment safe during construction projects.

Gain in-depth information on the regulations for Safety of Airports During Construction
Review case studies for construction safety practices at airports
Understand how construction activities and aircraft operations affect one another to develop effective project plans

Registration fee includes training content and presentations. Recordings of sessions will be available for review for 30 days after the course.


$595/members, $695/nonmembers

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Need to register offline? Download the registration form and send to [email protected] once complete.

Questions? Contact Cathy Haggerty at 703.797.9009


Regulations for Construction Safety 

  Planning for Safety

Construction Safety and Phasing Plan Development

  5 Steps of Development

  Temporary Changes to Operations

  Manage Safety Risk

Case Study

Construction Safety and Phasing Plan










  Hazard Markings and Signs

Case Studies



Carlton E. Braley, Jr., A.A.E.

Senior Vice President, Sales
Fortbrand Services, LLC
Hooksett, NH

Carlton Braley is the Senior Vice President, Sales Fortbrand Services, Inc. He began his career for the City of Manchester Department of Aviation April 1994 and retired from the airport in 2021. Carlton is the Academic Chairman for the International Aviation Snow Symposium, (IASS) Committee. Carlton has chaired and led the development of the International Aviation Snow Academies offered at numerous industry conventions and on-site at airports. Carlton is married to his wife Doreen; they have two daughters, Amanda and Kelly, one son Carlton III, and two grandsons.