Use Of Rector Global Mark, Logos, And Symbols:
A company certified by Rector Global Certifications may use the Rector Global logo on company letterheads and literature, subject to the conditions below:
(a) Use of the symbols on stationary or other media shall not be used by a certified client unless the use relates in whole or in part to certification endorsed by Rector Global.
Note: Clients, where Rector Global has certified subsidiaries, divisions, departments, or offices of a company and not the company as a whole, is most affected by this requirement. Clients must exercise care in the use of certification logos and marks to ensure no misrepresentation of the scope for which certification is granted.
(b) The symbol shall not be used on a product, packing, packaging, laboratory test, calibration or inspection reports or certificates or tests reports from test or in any way that may be interpreted to denote product conformity.
(c) Use of certification marks to indicate that a product has been made under a certified quality management system.
(d) The Mark may only be reproduced in a single color which is unlimited, but where practical should conform to existing preprinted stationery, brochures, letterheads, or other promotional materials of the Company.
(e) Client can use any statement on the product packaging material that client has certified management system. The statement shall in no way imply that the product, process, or service is certified anyway.
The statement shall include :
- Identification like the brand name of the Client
The type of management system certified
The name of Rector Global is issuing the certificate.
(f) The Client company can use the logo in the same color combination as specified or in any single.
Discontinuation Of The rector global Logo
A client certified by Rector Global shall discontinue the use of the Rector Global certification logo and/or accreditation mark immediately when any of the following conditions exist:
- A lapse of certification, suspension, or withdrawal;
- The client has made a change to his Quality System which has not been accepted by Rector Global , and which could reasonably be expected to affect the client’s qualification for certification;
- The client has failed to implement a change to the system requirements issued by Rector Global ;
- Any other circumstances, which arise, which could reasonably be expected to adversely affect the client’s Quality System certified by Rector Global , as identified in the contract agreement.