Thank you, Mr. Sikand.
With respect to the process, Minister, I'm quite excited about it, because it is taking something that's long overdue and bringing it up to date.
That said, it gives the perspective of 2017 in relation to safety. What I'm most interested in, however, is that it's also an opportunity. It's an opportunity to look down the road and take into consideration not only the perspective of 2017, but the possibility of the perspective of 2030 and going well into the future. I think a lot of this was spoken about earlier in relation to taking safety into consideration in an environment of quickly evolving new technologies.
Having said that, and being more proactive versus reactive—reactive being defects and responding after the fact—is there an opportunity here? Can we leverage this process to encourage manufacturers to accelerate new technologies in the name of returns on environmental, social, and economic investments, therefore being more proactive with respect to those new technologies and, of course, with that, the safety that can be dealt with by those new technologies?