Can I use IAFF logo?

Can I use IAFF logo?

The IAFF logo is the property of the IAFF. It is protected by a registered trademark. Only IAFF affiliates have permission to use the IAFF logo for “official” union purposes (business cards, letterhead and clothing apparel produced for your respective local only) without prior approval from the IAFF Executive Board.

Is the fire department logo copyrighted?

Every fire department is particularly proud of its distinctive logo. Your fire department’s design, assuming it is original and distinctive, is protected by trademark and copyright laws. Federal registration, though helpful in many ways, is not necessary to secure protection.

What happens if I use the IAFF logo?

The right to use the IAFF logo is revocable, and can be terminated in the event of misuse or violation of the IAFF logo policy as determined by the IAFF, or any other breach of the guidelines below. The IAFF recognizes that many affiliates have their own logo.

What is the International Association of fire fighters?

The International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) is the driving force behind nearly every advance in the fire and emergency services in the 21st century. With headquarters in Washington, DC, and Ottawa, Ontario, the IAFF represents more than 325,000 full-time professional fire fighters and paramedics in more than 3,500 affiliates.

What is the best font to use for the IAFF logo?

The flat red and black or flat gold and black IAFF logos may be used as well as the primary IAFF logo. The preferred fonts are Helvetica Bold Condensed and Superclarendon. Created Date

What is the IAFF?

The IAFF is also one of the most active lobbying organizations in Washington, DC. The IAFF Political Action Committee, FIREPAC, is among the top one-half of one percent of all federally registered PACs in the country.