NFPA Journal November / December 2001 Issue
November / December 2001 Collapse Aftermath

NFPA Journal provides a comprehensive overview - in five parts - of the World Trade Center disaster.


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Contents


COVER STORY

Collapse Aftermath
NFPA Journal® provides a comprehensive overview - in five parts - of the World Trade Center disaster.

FEATURES

Looking Back...at Heroes
Among the dead in the World Trade Center collapse were eight members of our NFPA family. (PDF, 85 KB)


COLUMNS AND DEPARTMENTS


Buzzwords
Defining the ‘Best' System
Using NFPA codes helps ensure the reliability of the fire alarm systems you design and install.
Wayne D. Moore
Inside the Beltway
Critical Infrastructures
How dependent is your organization on modern infrastructures?
Tony O'Neill
Fire Watch
Sparks from cutting torch ignite warehouse in Maryland
Ken Tremblay
< Just Ask
10 Questions about NFPA 10
What you might want to know about maintaining and using portable fire extinguishers.
Mark Conroy
Heads Up
Hanging from a Trapeze
When is a fire protection system hanger not a hanger?
Russell P. Fleming
Meetings
Americas' Fire Expo
NFPA's first show geared toward our Latin American audience was a huge success, and it will be even bigger next year.
Brian Benstock
In Compliance
Smoke Barriers and Smoke Partitions
The purpose, application, and construction of each differ substantially.
William E. Koffel
Out Reach

Meri.K Appy
First Response
Continuing Our Life-Saving Work
George Miller
Struct. Firefighting
Figuring Flow Rates
Apply gallons-per-minute formulas when the water supply is limited.
Russ Sanders & Ben Klaene