Again, I'm going to take the easy way out and go back to the waiver system. It's put in ahead of time, there are screenings done, and basically everything is looked at, Mr. Badawey.
That kind of incident happens more than you think, and there isn't a protocol. Again, as you've said, nobody wants to get involved with it. The only protocol I know is with ITF inspectors who go down and try to help these guys. That's the job I used to do. Then we hope that somebody in the community will get involved. Church groups right now get involved with giving winter clothing to these crew members when they come to Canada in the fall, because they're not prepared for it and they don't have it.
Unfortunately, people die on ships because there is nowhere to turn and there's nobody to turn to. There are international conventions. There's a new convention, which is the convention for seafarers' rights, which goes a lot further than what we've ever had. Again, enforcement is the key, but enforcement is only as good as the people who do it.