Just to step back a slight bit in terms of the approach we have, most of the modes have systems whereby the individuals who are working in a company certainly can and do call an inspector and let them know of any concerns they have. We have a formalized system for this in the CADORS database system that we have in civil aviation, whereby many people, including employees, can make those kinds of reports.
In the amendments to the Railway Safety Act that were made in 2013, there are provisions for this issue to be addressed in the safety management systems regulations that may come out in the fall. There would be a provision in there looking at the ability for employees to report through a company process, but again, it would be like other parts of safety management systems. You would require the company to set up a process to do that.
At the end of the day, it isn't the type of system that Transport Canada would want to take over relations issues, Labour Board issues, and areas like that, so I don't want to give the impression that this is something that would be completely contained within a Transport Canada requirement.