Bullard Chairman Receives International Safety Award


CYNTHIANA, Ky. -- E.D. Bullard company chairman, Edward D. Bullard, was awarded the 2006 Distinguished Service Award by the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) during its fall meeting in October in Washington, D.C. A recognized leader in the field of personal protective equipment, Bullard has made safety and his fourth-generation company his lifelong passion.

The Distinguished Service Award acknowledges Bullards vision and leadership.  Aside from his current work as chairman of the company, Bullard served as chairman of the board at both ISEA (1995-96) and the National Safety Council (2003-05.)  ISEA, based in Arlington, Va., is the association for safety equipment manufacturers and NSC, Itasca, Illinois is the nations leading safety advocacy organization.

In his current work, Bullard exudes an enthusiasm for safety. It is only natural, given his family history in the safety industry. Founded in 1898 by Bullards great-grandfather, E.D. Bullard Company is today a leading manufacturer of personal protective equipment and systems worldwide. Product lines include powered air-purifying respirators, supplied air respirators, air quality equipment, thermal imagers, hard hats (first commercialized for industrial use by Bullards grandfather), and firefighter and rescue helmets.

With offices in the United States, Germany, and Singapore, Bullard innovates in product design, as well as manufacturing. The ISEA Distinguished Service Award honors Bullards vision and enthusiasm for the safety industry, and his work to provide and encourage the use of quality safety products for workers everywhere.

With its corporate headquarters and manufacturing plant located in Cynthiana, Ky,, Bullard is an ISO 9001:2003 certified manufacturer providing personal protective equipment for the Industrial Health & Safety and Emergency Responder markets.

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