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"ANSI Accredited Certification Program" Mark

Certification programs accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) may choose to use the “ANSI Accredited Certification Program” marks shown below. ANSI’s trademark (logo) shall not be used by certification programs in connection with their promotions or communications regarding ANSI accreditation. The “ANSI Accredited Certification Program” marks for both Products and Personnel have been designed so that they resemble the ANSI trademark (logo), but each carries its own distinct message. Certification programs that have been accredited by ANSI and that choose to use the new marks should begin implementation as soon as possible.

Image Specifications

Color

The "ANSI Accredited Product Certification Program" Mark and the "ANSI Accredited Personnel Certification Program" Marks shown below were designed to be reproduced in one color — either blue or black (see below for details). If you are using the image in artwork to be reproduced by a professional printer (i.e., on a printing press), please provide your vendor with the following information.

If using blue:
Single color:
CMYK separation:
Pantone 2935 CVU
C100 M47 Y0 K0
If using black:
Single color:
CMYK separation:
Process black
C75 M75 Y75 K75

See more about color for additional information

SIZE
The images provided below are sized as follows:

Print
Screen
Resolution

2.75” wide x 2.35” high
2.75” wide x 2.35” high
300 dpi (except the .gif images)

If scaling is required, please constrain proportions (i.e., scale height and width together – do not skew image.)

How to Download

MacOS Users

Click and hold your mouse button down on the "Download" link until a pop-up menu appears. Choose "Save This Link As..." or "Download Link To Disk..." from the pop-up menu. A dialog box will appear. Choose where you would like the file saved, then click "Save". If offered a choice in the dialog box, choose "Source" not "Text" in the "Format:" pop-up menu. Each product will need to be downloaded separately.

Windows Users

Right-click on the "Download" link until a pop-up menu appears. Choose "Save This Link As..." or "Save Target As..." from the pop-up menu. A dialog box will appear. Choose where you would like the file saved, then click the "Save" button.

NOTE: CMYK files may not open properly with Microsoft Office™, LotusNotes™, or office application suites.However, the RGB version of the image files should be fine. CMYK files are best opened using image application software (such as Adobe Photoshop™).

See more about color for additional information.

ANSI Accredited Product Certification Program
Approved Certification Program Mark-Blue version
Blue
Blue version
Various image formats of ANSI Accredited Product Certification Program
(Members only)
Download

gif format (for non members)
download
 ANSI Accredited Product Certification Program
ANSI Accredited Product Certification Program-Black version
Black
Black version
Various image formats of ANSI Accredited Product Certification Program
(Members only)
Download

gif format (for non members)
download
ANSI Accredited Personnel Certification Program
ANSI Accredited Personnel Certification Program Mark-Blue version
Blue
Blue version
Various images formats of ANSI Accredited PERSONNEL Certification
(Members only)
Download

gif format
download
 ANSI Accredited Personnel Certification Program
ANSI Accredited Personnel Certification Program Mark-Black version
Black
Black version
Various images formats of ANSI Accredited PERSONNEL Certification
(Members only)
Download

gif format
download

Accredited Program – ANSI and the Conference for Food Protection
Blue
Blue version
JPEG and EPS formats
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Accredited Program – ANSI and the Conference for Food Protection
Black
Black version
JPEG and EPS formats
Download

More about color

A factor both digital monitors and traditional film have in common is that they are both viewed by transmitted light. All our techniques for this employ the Red (R), Green (G), Blue (B) (RGB) viewing spectrum. This makes it possible to record a very wide range of colors. However when it comes to the printed page we are restricted to colors that can be produced by combining the basic printing ink colors Cyan (C), Magenta (M), Yellow (Y) and Black (K) (CMYK). The limitations of these inks and the light absorbed by the paper and not reflected back to our eyes restricts the range of colors that can finally be reproduced on the printed page.
What is displayed when you view a CMYK image on a computer screen is an approximation produced by your RGB monitor. Nearly every scanning device (drum, flatbed, or digital camera) is originally designed to produce scans in RGB. To sum up....our INPUT world uses RGB devices....the OUTPUT world in print is CMYK.
If you intend to use the ANSI Accredited Certification Program Mark for online viewing or printing via a laser printer, the RGB images will be fine. If you intend for the images to be used in a full-color cover or in a print advertisement, the CMYK version will be your best bet.

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