Our oversight system is made up of two components. First, the inspection component. That deals with checking equipment, the track itself, as well as the training of on-board staff. This is done under current rules and regulations. The other component is security management systems. This is done through audits that are complemented by interviews with staff and by inspections.
So even if CN or CP were to increase their rail traffic, the auditors' workload remains the same, because it is essentially an issue of checking documentation. Then of course, there is the verifications with employees in the field to see how things really happen there.
As regards safety management systems, the bill provides for 20 new inspectors. I think we now have what we need.