Use of logos

NATA accredited organisations are strongly encouraged to promote their accreditation by issuing NATA endorsed reports and by using the NATA logo.  As part of this process, it is each organisation’s responsibility to ensure that it describes its accreditation status accurately and stays within its Scope of Accreditation (SOA).

While we don’t mandate the issuing of NATA endorsed reports or use of logos, accredited organisations using these in publicity and advertising materials, technical literature, business reports, websites, quotes and tenders – enjoy a distinct market advantage including customer certainty, confidence and assurance regarding their products and services. 

Validity of logos

Where an applicant or accredited organisation engages with a new provider, it is recommended they confirm the provider’s accreditation directly with the accreditation body and not simply accept the report or certificate on face value.

It is also important that when an applicant or accredited organisation uses an external provider, they ensure the service being provided is appropriate for the intended purpose.

This creates certainty in both activity and report outcomes.

Misuse of NATA logos

While we actively encourage our accredited members to utilise and benefit from the use of NATA logos, we also ask them to be vigilant in identifying incorrect or unauthorised use.

Use of Marks

Use of the Accredited CAB Combined ILAC MRA Mark

As a signatory to the ILAC Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) and having signed the ILAC MRA Mark Agreement, NATA offer the ILAC MRA Mark for use by NATA accredited organisations.

The Accredited CAB Combined ILAC MRA Mark can be used by organisations holding accreditation within the following accreditation programs listed in the third schedule of the NATA Rules:

  • Testing and Calibration – ISO/IEC 17025
  • Human Pathology (medical testing) – ISO 15189
  • Inspection – ISO/IEC 17020               
  • Proficiency Testing Providers – ISO/IEC 17043
  • Reference Materials Producers – ISO 17034

The format of the Accredited CAB Combined ILAC MRA Mark is described in the fifth schedule of the NATA Rules.

The Accredited CAB Combined ILAC MRA Mark cannot be used prior to NATA approval being granted.

To make an application for the use of the Accredited CAB Combined ILAC MRA Mark, the Authorised Representative must complete and sign the Agreement and forward it to

For more information please refer to NATA General Accreditation Criteria – Use of the NATA Emblem, NATA Endorsement and References to Accreditation.

NATA logos

Logos included in this pack:

  • SO
  • WRA

Available in colour, monochrome and reverse styles.

RCPA logos

Logos included in this pack:

  • Coloured
  • Black
  • Reversed

RANZCR logos

Please request permission to use the RANCZR coat of arms logo with the form below.

NATA and ASA logos

Includes colour logo.

Become a member

Benefits of being a NATA accredited organisation

NATA accredits organisations to perform testing and inspection activities for their products and services. This gives consumers the assurance they need to make safe, healthy and reliable choices. When you choose to become NATA accredited, you can be sure of a number of competitive advantages for your business.
NATA members receive a globally-recognised, peer-reviewed and government endorsed accreditation that provides a unique level of assurance to members, their clients and the community.
Our accreditation provides an independent benchmark for technical competence. Receiving NATA accreditation demonstrates to customers your organisation’s commitment to quality, safety and reliability of products and services.
NATA accreditation is both nationally and internationally recognised. This provides a competitive advantage when compared to non-accredited organisations and ensures you are market-ready to capitalise on trade opportunities.
NATA has been training individuals and teams both nationally and internationally for over 20 years and enjoys a global reputation for the quality of its courses and programs. Our active role in international accreditation education has seen us conduct training in over 20 countries.
NATA’s long standing and active involvement with international groups enables our members to gain international recognition for their accreditation and minimises the need for multiple assessments from different suppliers.
NATA provides innovative and timely business solutions that meet the needs of our members and fulfil the expectations of the community. We have the experience and resources to ensure your accreditation provides you and your organisation with unique advantages.