BAFE FAQs

How can I use the BAFE logo?

The BAFE and BAFE Fire Safety Register logos are registered trademarks owned by BAFE. Only BAFE and BAFE Licensed Certification Bodies are permitted to use the logo without the scheme description box underneath without prior permission.

Only organizations that have gained BAFE Registration can use the BAFE logo (and this must display the appropriate scheme description box).

For example, organizations looking to use the BAFE logo for work performed with emergency lighting systems must have been successfully assessed by a Certification Body to the scope of BAFE SP203-4, then Registered with BAFE. Only then can they display the BAFE logo with the BAFE SP203-4 Scheme description box to clearly state this is for emergency lighting system works.

The BAFE logo is a nationally recognised marque of approval showing that a company has been independently assessed/Third Party Certificated and has been awarded BAFE Registration for a specific fire safety service.

The BAFE logo displayed should always show what scheme the company is registered to. This will be indicated underneath the main BAFE logo in a description box explaining what specific service they are BAFE Registered to provide.