b'Pipeline BasicsPipeline MapsNational Pipeline Mapping System (NPMS)Maps of transmission pipelines and contact information for pipeline operators in your area can be found in the National Pipeline Mapping System (NPMS) at: www.npms.phmsa.dot.gov. The directory can be searched by zip code or state and county. More detailed pipeline maps are also available to Emergency Responders who have obtained a logon ID and password through the Pipeline Integrity Management Mapping Application (PIMMA) access link.Identified Site Emergency Planning Application (ISEPA)This is a new mapping application developed by this Association for disseminat-ing detailed pipeline information and collecting information about populated areas near pipelines (identified sites). It is intended to be a resource for agencies involved in emergency planning.It contains the following information:Product transported in the pipelinePipeline size in inches (if provided by the member company)Recommended initial evacuation distancePipeline company emergency phone numberCompany name, non-emergency contact, phone, and email addressLink to document containing additional company information(if available)The mapping application can be accessed at https://isepa.pipelineawareness.org/If you are visiting the site for the first time, you must request access. Please click on Request Login Credentials and submit your information. Users are cautioned that the application DOES NOT INCLUDE ALL PIPELINES. If you zoom in and dont see any pipelines in your area, just navigate to UtahSalt Lake County to see a good example of what the application is intended to pro-vide. We welcome your comments.7 2022 by Pipeline Association for Public Awareness'