This sign should be used to ensure Restricted Area Compliance with the EAR Sign Restricted Area to be used to denote restricted access for work centers.
Manufactured specially for CVG Strategy, our 3M customized 7 x 10″ Aluminum “EAR Sign Restricted Area” will last years and is suitable for indoor or outdoor applications. This EAR Sign Restricted Area is specially made for those companies and facilities that are performing work and services controlled by the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
EAR Sign Restricted Area
The EAR Sign Restricted Area front uses a custom 7 x 10″ 3M Red and Black Lettered Decal with the following text:
SECURE WORK ZONE
Only U.S. Person Employees or
Escorted Visitors Permitted.
This”EAR Sign Restricted Area” has four holes for mounting on a wall or pole above and below the text.
Our “EAR Sign Restricted Area” is chemical resistant, high temperature resistant up to 168F and has an outdoor life expected at 10 years or more.
Shipping is included for orders within the contiguous United States.
This “EAR Sign Restricted Area” is used at many commercial facilities in the United States and are very necessary to warn visitors that the company is committed to Export Compliance and in controlling access to its buildings and operations.
It should be posted near all work areas or rooms to indicate to all employees and escorted visitors that EAR Restrictions apply to the contents or activities in that area.
THIS NOTICE SHOULD BE POSTED IN ALL COMMERCIAL FACILITIES WHERE RESTRICTED ITAR OR EAR WORK IS BEING PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH US GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS PER THE BIS AND DDTC.
The Export Administration Regulations (EAR) are a set of regulations found at 15 C.F.R. § 730 et seq. They are administered by the Bureau of Industry and Security, which is part of the US Commerce Department. In general, the EAR govern whether a person may export a thing from the U.S., reexport the thing from a foreign country, or transfer a thing from one person to another in a foreign country. The EAR apply to physical things (sometimes referred to as “commodities”) as well as technology and software.