Training & Safety

Iseler Demolition Inc. considers the safety of its employees and the general public to be a matter of utmost importance. Therefore, our crew is required to complete training annually which includes an extensive amount of safety information. We have also put into operation our own safety programs to ensure that each project is completed in a safe and professional manner.

“It was evident that you have very experienced people working for you. We were also pleased to see you are very focused on safety for your employees and all of us ‘watchers’.”
IKE International Corporation, Stanley, WI
– 75,000 gallon Elevated Tower


  • OSHA 10-Hour
  • Fall Protection
  • TWIC
  • High Angle Rescue
  • OSHA Rigger / Signal Training (1926.1428 and ANSI A10.42-2000)
  • Aerial Lift Safety
  • Cutting Torch Safety
  • First Aid & CPR
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Right to Know
  • Forklift Safety
  • Confined Space Entry
crew in safety gear 2

“…this crew works well not only in terms of schedule and task performance but also in terms of job site safety. I would highly recommend to anyone contemplating this type of work that Iseler Demolition be your contractor of choice.”
Custom Energy, Penn State Erie-The Behrend campus, Erie, PA
-300,000 gallon Spheroid

Our programs:

  • Corporate Worker Lead Procedure
  • Standard Operating Procedure
  • Employee Respirator Protection Program
  • Fall Protection Program
  • Industrial Safety Program
On the day of the project we follow many safety procedures including:

  • Site specific tailgate meeting
  • Working area cordoned off to keep the public safe
  • Fall protection devices
  • Streets closed (as needed)
  • Covering roofs with tarps to protect them from hot slag (as needed)
  • Wetting down areas for fire protection
  • Spark Watch
  • Contact local fire department and make them aware of project.

“Your attention to detail and constant regard for safety afforded us great confidence through the entire process. Iseler Demolition, Inc. is truly a team of professionals.”
Jon Paul Development/Construction, New Albany, IN
– 50,000 gallon Riveted Elevated Tower