Transport Canada is taking quick action on all of the recommendations of the Auditor General in relation to rail safety. We have a management action plan that's put forward dates that are designed to be as aggressive as possible, recognizing that some of these areas need technical work. Those are well under way and we are meeting all commitments. We have put in place a strong oversight system to address those.
In terms of risk assessments, the Auditor General recommended that we incorporate risk assessments from railways, which cover a broad variety of issues, into Transport Canada's risk assessment of the entire sector. That will require some further data information regulations, and it will require some systems integration, but those are well under way.
In the meantime, and as part of our normal program, our inspectors and our staff do look at the risk assessments provided by the railway companies. They look to see whether or not the risk assessments are fulsome, whether they've identified mitigating measures for various areas, and then follow up on how those have been addressed.