No, not at all. It's because the system has been changing. In particular, statistics of those small numbers are not eligible for an assessment from year to year. But certainly, in the situation where there is a compliance issue that needs to be addressed, we take various actions. They range from letters, from corrective action plans in regard to particular safety issues that may be a mix of compliance issues and other issues.... We do take administrative monetary penalties. We don't hesitate to give companies notice of suspension if their corrective actions are not taken in a timely manner. Their operations would be halted if they were not correcting their issues quickly.
On June 12th, 2014. See this statement in context.