Just before we go to Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Blandford, you commented two or three times. Just for clarification to help me understand, you talked about protection of your reporting from your employer, it appears. It seems to me that when a mistake is reported or whatever—and reporting I think is the right thing to do—you're talking about protection from being reprimanded, unless I'm misunderstanding you. If somebody makes a mistake—I'm not going to get into what the penalty or punishment should be—but shouldn't there be some kind of a process in place whereby it is dealt with in some manner?
Evidence of meeting #32 for Transport, Infrastructure and Communities in the 41st Parliament, 2nd Session. (The original version is on Parliament’s site, as are the minutes.) The winning word was transport.
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