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Just as there are several escalating tiers of federal assistance available to support response to chemical incidents, there are also several escalating tiers of federal assistance available to support recovery efforts (Figure 80). Each of these is briefly described below.
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Figure 80: Federal Recovery Coordination Constructs

Just as there are several escalating tiers of federal assistance available to support response to chemical incidents, there are also several escalating tiers of federal assistance available to support recovery efforts (Figure 80). Each of these is briefly described below.

The coordination structure for food and agricultural incident responses varies depending on the complexity of the incident. The LFA may escalate food incidents to level two or level one responses as described in the Food and Agriculture Incident Annex (FAIA) to the FIOPs (Figure 82), just as an EPA/USCG FOSC may escalate a chemical incident response.
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Figure 82: Food and Agriculture Incident Levels

The coordination structure for food and agricultural incident responses varies depending on the complexity of the incident. The LFA may escalate food incidents to level two or level one responses as described in the Food and Agriculture Incident Annex (FAIA) to the FIOPs (Figure 82), just as an EPA/USCG FOSC may escalate a chemical incident response.

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