BSEE assessed a variety of audit scenarios as operators adjusted to the new requirements. Some companies simply modified their existing SEMS programs to meet the new standards, while others developed systems from the ground up. These processes revealed certain inconsistencies in the creation and implementation of SEMS programs. BSEE will draw on this information to implement improvements to the initiative ahead of the end of the second audit cycle in June 2015. The agency plans to more clearly define success in terms of operational performance, and it will bolster its support services throughout the audit process to improve the quality of operators’ reports. Furthermore, BSE will make an effort to improve data exchange practices, in addition to assessing the advantages of different risk management strategies.