Show how your Management System meets multiple regulations and standards and adds extra value


Mapping the different regulations and standards your Management System needs to meet is critical for prioritizing design and implementation activities. Once mapped, you can use your Management System data in Octane, including gaps and improvement actions, to show conformance and compliance to different sets of requirements. This powerful integration showcases your conformance and compliance with different sets of requirements in real-time, significantly reducing the need for repetitive audits and assessments.


Here are the key benefits of using Octane Mapping:

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When you map your compliance requirements to your management system and programs, you can immediately see the level of compliance coverage your management system and programs provide. Octane Mapping provides reports and dashboards that show you which requirements are fully covered, partially covered and where there is no coverage all in real-time at the click of a button.


Instead of conducting a new audit for every new set of requirements, Octane Mapping enables you to map new requirements to your existing audit and assessment frameworks and shows these relationships in existing protocols, reports and dashboards. Octane Mapping can even provide a separate report for each set of requirements at the click of a button, effortlessly identifying where audit coverage has been achieved and where gaps still exist when Managers or Regulators come knocking.



Your existing audit and assessment data can be leveraged for more than just a one-time use. Octane Mapping establishes connections between new requirements and existing audit and assessment information, enabling you to report results against fresh requirements without initiating a new audit. The generated report highlights areas where assurance may be lacking, immediately identifying program gaps that might need additional attention.

With Octane Mapping, you not only enhance your compliance coverage but also streamline your audit and assessment processes, ultimately saving time and resources while ensuring robust compliance with evolving requirements.




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Our Octane Requirements Mapping is an industry first. We now offer clients the ability to map requirements from different standards and regulations to their Management System. Then they can use their Management System audit or assessment data to show conformance with all other requirements! This provides incredible value that has not been possible before. 

Scott Wilson, Principal, SPAN 

What our clients say

"I'm glad we have Octane. I can't imagine doing these assessments with a spreadsheet."


EVP - Plains All American Pipeline

"Our member companies were concerned that their information could be unsecure, and we were concerned we couldn't scale up our systems as our programs grow; we are solving both by implementing Octane."


VP Performance, CEPA - Canadian Energy Pipeline Association

Case studies and resources

Show how your Management System meets many requirements at once with Octane Mapping

This video demonstrates Octane Mapping, an industry first that allows you to link multiple sets of regulatory requirements and standards to your Management System.

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Pipeline Industry Improving Performance with Octane software

CEPA has successfully implemented its performance indicator and Integrity First programs into Octane’s secure software. It has enabled significant improvements in how CEPA uses data to understand industry performance and prioritize improvement efforts. 

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Plains All American Management System Implementation

Plains All American uses Octane to accelerate implementation of its API RP 1173 Pipeline Safety Management System.

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Bring your Management System to life with Octane

This video demonstrates how Octane can be used to enable your Management System and improve performance and collaboration in record time.

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