Anyone can claim compliance but the ISO is rather touchy when it comes to use of their name and logo.
The point being that anyone would and should be touchy about the unauthorized use of such logo; however, it's an awfully hard thing to police, so there are definitely people falling through (hiding in) the cracks.
Originally Posted by Cake of Doom
I'm writing to you because certain issues have been raised concerning a company called the International Combat Authority. I wont go into all the details but one of the possible issues raised is a suspicion of this company using logos and other trademarked content such as names, without the owners permission.
If you visit the company website from here: http://www.combatauthority.com/
and scroll to the bottom of the page, you will see a clear display of the ISO name and logo.
My question is: Is this company (or persons within this company) authorised to use the ISO logo?
I thank you in advance for your help with this issue.
Thats why I thought I email the ISO copyright team. It's the only way to be sure.
Originally Posted by submessenger
Here's the Canadian Forces page about R2MR:
Originally Posted by scipio
Nice big screencap:
I've been in contact with Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance concerning Spencer's use of their logo. They say they're looking into it. More as it comes.
I did the same this afternoon - we will have to wait and see what comes back.
Some more good news: this thread now shows up on the first page of results if you search Google for "international combat authority". Spencer can't make this disappear by taking his name off the site.
Close Protection World thread about the International Combat Authority and the International Security Star Alliance:
I haven't read it all yet, but note member "amazon101". He shows up to slam the ISSA and to recommend the ICA's training, then disappears. His post count indicates he has posted little if at all outside this particular thread.
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