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HSI Member Logos

The Hose Safety Institute (HSI) Member logos are available for Institute member-only use within their advertising and communications. The HSI Member logo can enhance your company communications in many ways. Here are some suggested uses:

  • Company Website
  • Company Stationery
  • Employee Business Cards
  • Print and Online Advertising
  • Price Sheets
  • Quotation Forms
  • Memo Pads
  • Company Newsletters
  • Press Releases
  • Promotional Pieces
  • Trade Show signage
  • Direct Mail Pieces

Use of the HSI Member logo is a benefit of membership. The logo, and any marks associated with the association, are the property of NAHAD and are protected by state and federal laws. Use of the logo is contingent upon your agreeing to the following licensing provisions:

    1. The logo is the property of the Association;
    2. Members in good standing may use the HSI Member logo within their company literature and marketing, in print and online, to indicate their membership in the association;
    3. Members may not use the logo to state or imply that the Association has endorsed their company or their company's products or services;
    4. Members agree not to place the logo on or in their products;
    5. Members will indemnify and hold the Association harmless for any damages, including attorney's fees, incurred by the member as a result of use of the logo;
    6. Members agree to cease using the Association's logo upon request of the Board of Directors; and,
    7. Members agree to pay the Association all costs and attorney's fees incurred by the Association in any action against a member to enforce the terms of the license agreement.

HSI Member Logos

Hose Safety Institute logo

"Marathon Petroleum Company's Garyville, LA refinery requires that suppliers of utility hoses comply with NAHAD's Assembly Guidelines. NAHAD's commitment to hose assembly safety directly supports Marathon's quality standards."

Roger Gautreau, Safety Supervisor
Marathon Petroleum Company
Louisiana Refining Division