The Identified Sites Registry (ISR) application allows pipeline operators to gather critical information regarding High Consequences Areas (HCAs).
Many identified sites may be difficult for pipeline operators to obtain without local community knowledge. This online mapping application connects operators with local emergency and public officials to record quality location data near their facilities.
Once a site has been recorded into ISR, location data, including latitude, longitude, and property boundaries, is standardized and made available through the Public Awareness Manager (PAM). Operators also receive shapefiles containing site data and information about the stakeholders who provide the sites.
What is an "Identified Site"?
Identified sites can be defined as any area occupied by 20 or more people for at least 50 days in a 12-month interval near a pipeline asset or facility. Examples of an identified site includes:
With ISR, operators have a mechanism to collaborate with emergency and public officials, as well as manage key information near their assets for critical HCA identification.