Safecontractor Logo Rules of Use

Safecontractor Logo Rules of Use

safecontractor actively encourages accredited members to use the approved safecontractor logo on their documentation and marketing material. To allow contractors to do this we have produced a guidance note as a point of reference.

safecontractor allows flexibility in the way the logo can be used. However, these rules are intended to maintain a consistent look for the safecontractor logo and to prevent any misuse.

Please note these rules must be respected and followed as a condition of its use. Any amendments to these rules will be communicated to you.

The safecontractor logo

This is the primary logo which should always be used. A reversed out logo (white) is available on request.


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Misuse of the logo

The overall appearance of the safecontractor logo should not be misinterpreted, modified or added to. Do not redraw, adjust or modify it in any way. It should only be reproduced from the official artwork provided. The safecontractor logo must only be used by fully accredited members.

Minimum size

The Safecontractor logo should not be used smaller than 15mm wide/high.

Primary palette

The Safecontractor logo must always be reproduced in the Primary colour palette:

The logo can be used in the following ways:

  • on your company’s stationery
  • on your company’s website
  • on your promotional literature
  • on your exhibition stands
  • on your company’s vehicle livery

please contact the safecontractor Membership Services team directly at for:

  • the most up-to-date logo artwork
  • vehicle stickers

The safecontractor logo must only be reproduced from the originals provided to you upon accreditation.

The logo will be provided to you in JPEG format. If you require an EPS version of the logo please contact

Applications for use of the logo outside of these rules and restrictions must be made in advance by contacting

For further details please refer to the terms and conditions found on the safecontractor website

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