Now I am going to switch to another topic that hasn't come up yet in our study on rail safety, and that is screening personnel at airport checkpoints.
I would point out that certain individuals could be transporting dangerous goods with them.
In early 2013, screening personnel at the Dorval airport were the subject of much discussion given the renewal of their collective agreement. They wanted to be paid the same as screening personnel at the Montréal-Trudeau airport; they also wanted adequate breaks. At the time, I met with a number of employees who told me about their concerns around safety.
How much time is an airport screening officer supposed to spend on each piece of baggage that a passenger has? Are you able to tell me what those standards are?