Logo Usage

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BOC has developed specialized logos, also known as "marks," for our certificants, accredited facilities, accredited pharmacies, and approved course providers.

The Board of Certification/Accreditation (BOC) logos serve as a visual representation of the character of the organization. The logo group and policies of use provide consistent visual imagery that enables various audiences to easily recognize the organization and identify the related material as associated with BOC.

Using these marks is a symbol to your patients, referral sources, coworkers and the community at large that you have met and continue to uphold our standards for providing and supporting quality patient care and sound business practices.

Review the logos available and the policies associated. If you wish to use a logo in a manner that is outside of the policy, you may request permission to use the logo.

BOC also grants our credentialed partners to use BOC word marks. Details and user guidelines are available in our Credentials and Marks Policy


Logo Previews and Use Permission

Four file types are available for each mark:

  • Jpg files are low-resolution images, and are commonly used for the web and for documents that do not require a high-resolution image. They can also be used in PowerPoint presentations, and Word docs.

  • Png files are also low-resolution images, which support transparency. They are used in web sites, PowerPoint presentations, and documents not requiring a high-resolution image.

  • Tiff files are high-resolution images used in print publications, and can be placed in most document types that require a high-resolution image.

  • Eps files are high-resolution vector files, used for press publications, signs, banners, and any use requiring a graphic that can expand indefinitely. Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop are programs that use and generate these files. Eps versions of all the marks are available in a zipped file for designers and printers to download and use. Note that this is a 3 MB file.

 


The BOC Accredited Facility Logo may be used by owners and employees of facilities that:

  1. Successfully complete the accreditation process;
  2. Fulfill annual renewal requirements; and
  3. Maintain accreditation every three years.

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The BOC Accredited Pharmacy Logo may be used by owners and employees of pharmacies that:

 

  1. Successfully complete the accreditation process;
  2. Maintain accreditation every three years.

 

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The BOC Approved Course Providers

  1. Become approved to be a BOC Course Provider;
  2. Annually submit Program Application and Agreement; and
  3. Submit courses with CEU information, course descriptions, and contact information for interested practitioners.

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The BOC Certified Practitioner Logo may be used by orthotists and prosthetists who:

  1. Successfully complete the certification process;
  2. Fulfill annual renewal requirements; and
  3. Meet continuing education requirements.

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The DME Specialist Logo may be used by DME specialists who:

  1. Successfully complete the certification process;
  2. Fulfill annual renewal requirements; and
  3. Meet continuing education requirements.

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The Mastectomy Fitter Logo may be used by mastectomy fitters who:

  1. Successfully complete the certification process;
  2. Fulfill annual renewal requirements; and
  3. Meet continuing education requirements.

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The Orthotist Logo may be used by orthotists who:

  1. Successfully complete the certification process;
  2. Fulfill annual renewal requirements; and
  3. Meet continuing education requirements.

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The Orthotic Fitter Logo may be used by orthotic fitters who:

  1. Successfully complete the certification process;
  2. Fulfill annual renewal requirements; and
  3. Meet continuing education requirements.

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The Pedorthist Logo may be used by pedorthists who:

  1. Successfully complete the certification process;
  2. Fulfill annual renewal requirements; and
  3. Meet continuing education requirements.

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The Prosthetist Logo may be used by prosthetists who:

  1. Successfully complete the certification process;
  2. Fulfill annual renewal requirements; and
  3. Meet continuing education requirements.

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The general BOC Logo visually represents BOC as an organization. BOC reserves the right to be the sole user of the general BOC Logo. Exceptions to this may be requested by contacting BOC's Marketing Manager, Carrie Green, at 410.753.8802. 

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How can the BOC marks be used?

The BOC marks may be used on routine individual business transaction instruments, such as:

1. Business cards, uniforms, name badges, facility walls or doors (interior and/or exterior);

2. Stationery, invoices, emails; or

3. Service advertisements regarding BOC-credentialed individuals, facilities or education programs.

For further technical guidance on using the BOC logos, please review the BOC Logo Guidelines.

Where can the BOC Logos be accessed/downloaded?

Direct download links for the logos are provided above. All marks are also available by request in black and white and reverse (white/gray) in all file formats. Contact BOC's Marketing Manager, Carrie Green, at 410.753.8802 with any questions or problems.