Use of the GLAA logo
The GLAA terms and conditions state that we do not allow our logo to be used in any publication, marketing material, publicity or website without our permission.
Unfortunately because the logo is issued by the government and features the Home Office crest it is subject to crown copyright and we cannot authorise its use by licence holders.
We usually suggest licence holders who want to reference the GLAA put something along the lines of:
‘Licensed by the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority, unique reference number ……’.
You should not use the GLAA logo to indicate you have a licence, but can refer to your licence number and date, or show your certificate. For example you may have a statement which reads ‘GLAA licensed, licence number ..., issued on ...’.
It is recommended that labour users always check the GLAA public register for a definitive record of a labour providers licence status. You can also sign up for our active check service to keep up to date with any changes to your labour providers licence.
Find out more...
Terms and conditions: Information on use of the website
Labour user best practice: Information on how to comply with the legal requirements and GLA recommended best practice
Reasonable steps booklet: Defra guidance for labour users