New ANAB Logo Effective January 1, 2016

Thursday, 30 July 2015
ASR Editor
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Accredited organizations using ASR's logo and the ANAB logo on their respective stationery, marketing materials, and electronic media/websites will need to replace the ANAB logo by December 31, 2017. Use of the ANAB logo and the ASR logo is optional.

ANAB MS CB 2C 500pxANAB (ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board) provides accreditation services for three different brands and through the years has resulted in logo confusion. ANAB says adopting one logo should correct the issues.

As ASR clients (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 13485, AS 9100) recertify their quality systems after September 1, 2015, the new ANAB logo will appear on their certificate.

An electronic copy of ANAB's logo will accompany the new certificate with instructions on the appropriate use of the logo in an organization's marketing material. As part of future surveillance audits, auditors will review a client's marketing material/website to ensure proper use of the logo.

If an organization decides to use ANAB's and ASR's logos, both symbols must appear together on marketing material/websites. The ANAB logo must be placed next to ASR's logo and must be smaller than ASR's logo.

Additionally, neither logo can be used on any product or used in such a way as to suggest ASR or ANAB have certified or approved any product, process, or service of a certified organization.

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