Bullard recently participated in National Manufacturing Week by hosting 19 Harrison County High School students at the company’s manufacturing facility in Cynthiana. Students and instructors, Roger Hurst, Larry Kendall and Allison Earlywine, from the School’s Project Lead the Way program, were given a tour of the facility and hands-on product demonstrations by Bullard’s Director of Manufacturing, Jeff Sneed, along with other Bullard professionals including Scott Dellinger, David Williams, Barry Snapp, Sean Whalen, James Workman, Travis Plumlee and Rob Mundell.
The group toured various operations in Bullard including the quality lab, engineering and manufacturing.
The tour was highlighted with demonstrations of advanced engineering and manufacturing operations, including the use of robotics to manufacture products. The group was treated to lunch from Bullard’s Hard Hat Café and provided hard hats as a memento of the visit.
Founded in 1898, Bullard is a fifth-generation, family-owned company headquartered in Cynthiana. A leading manufacturer of personal protective equipment and systems worldwide, Bullard product lines include respiratory protection devices, firefighter and rescue helmets, thermal imagers, and hard hats.