NFPA Rings in the New Year with a New U.S. TAG to ISO/TC 131 Logo

U.S. Tag TC 131 logoA new U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to ISO/TC 131 logo made its debut this past January – marking the first big shift for the brand in over 30 years. NFPA redesigned the TAG machined logo into a simple, fresh new design. The transformation of the TAG brand better reflects the global aspect of the TAG. The hope is that the brand will be viewed with a much more modern, member/user-facing, and purposeful lens.

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