According to the classification of food safety accidents, food safety accident emergency responses are divided into Level I, Level II, Level III and Level IV responses.

1. Extremely serious food safety accident (Level I)

A particularly serious food safety accident (Level I) meets one of the following circumstances:

(1) The scope of accident hazards spans provincial administrative areas and has a tendency to further expand;

(2) Beyond the disposal scope of our province;

(3) It needs to be reported to the State Council or the department authorized by the State Council for disposal.

2. Major food safety accident (Level II)

A major food safety accident (Level II) meets one of the following circumstances:

(1) The accident is serious and the scope of impact involves two or more municipal-level administrative regions in the province;

(2) Causing injuries to more than 100 people and causing deaths;

(3) Causing more than 10 deaths;

(4) A food poisoning accident occurs in a school, causing more than 50 injuries;

(5) Injuring more than 50 people at major national or regional events or meetings;

(6) Other major food safety incidents identified by the provincial government.

3. Major food safety accidents (Level III)

A major food safety accident (Level III) meets one of the following conditions:

(1) The scope of impact of the accident involves more than 2 county-level administrative areas within the municipal administrative area, causing serious harm to the food safety of the people;

(2) Causing injuries to more than 100 people, or causing deaths;

(3) Other major food safety incidents identified by the municipal government.

4. General food safety accidents (Level IV)

A general food safety accident (Level IV) meets one of the following conditions:

(1) The scope of impact of the accident involves more than 2 towns and villages within the county-level administrative region, causing serious harm to the food safety of the public;

(2) Causes injuries to more than 30 but less than 100 people, and there are no deaths;

(3) Other general food safety incidents identified by county-level governments.

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