Author Index
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  • Cade, Gregory
    A fond farewell from NFPA’s longtime government affairs director, and a plea for all to stay engaged.
    9/1/2017
  • Cade, Gregory
    In the regulation-averse climate of Trump-era Washington, how does NFPA make a case for code adoption?
    7/1/2017
  • Cade, Gregory
    A presidential order reducing regulations could be a big deal for standards developers.
    5/1/2017
  • Cade, Gregory
    Spreading the safety message in the Trump Administration.
    3/1/2017
  • Cade, Gregory
    Innovative pairing: A new effort to match technology startups to fire service needs.
    1/3/2017
  • Cade, Gregory
    A new U.S. president and administration provide a key opportunity for NFPA.
    11/1/2016
  • Cade, Gregory
    Firefighter cancer is finally being recognized as the huge problem it is, and steps to address it have begun.
    9/1/2016
  • Cade, Gregory
    The federal government looks to NFPA for expertise on energy storage systems.
    7/1/2016
  • Cade, Gregory
    NFPA’s has a role in addressing emerging threats of violence.
    5/2/2016
  • Cade, Gregory
    Does the Paris climate change agreement signal a new role for code developers?
    3/1/2016
  • Cade, Gregory
    A federal agency’s freeze on data sharing threatens NFPA’s responder research.
    1/4/2016
  • Cade, Gregory
    How NFPA is addressing the rail transport of crude oil and ethanol.
    11/2/2015
  • Cade, Gregory
    How the proposed elimination of the ATF could impact NFPA and the fire service.
    3/2/2015
  • Cade, Gregory
    Washington and states take aim at improving first responder behavioral health.
    7/1/2014
  • Campbell, Richard
    Fire incidents from across the country.
    11/1/2017
  • Campbell, Richard
    Fire incidents from across the country.
    9/1/2017
  • Campbell, Richard
    Fire Incidents from across the country.
    7/1/2017
  • Campbell, Richard
    Fire Incidents from across the country.
    5/1/2017
  • Campbell, Richard
    Fire incidents from across the country.
    3/1/2017
  • Campbell, Richard
    Fire Incidents from across the country.
    1/3/2017
  • Campbell, Richard
    Fire Incidents from across the country.
    11/1/2016
  • Campbell, Richard
    Home fire sprinkler saves.
    10/1/2016
  • Campbell, Richard
    Fire incidents from across the country.
    9/1/2016
  • Campbell, Richard
    Fire incidents from across the country.
    7/1/2016
  • Campbell, Richard
    Fire Incidents from across the country.
    5/2/2016
  • Campbell, Richard
    Fire Incidents from across the country.
    3/1/2016
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Looking back at three decades of progress in fire and life safety education.
    11/1/2017
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Citizens believe their governments keep up with current safety codes. The reality is very different.
    9/1/2017
  • Carli, Lorraine
    2017’s Fire Prevention Week theme highlights why escape planning matters now more than ever.
    7/1/2017
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Another needless death underscores again why fire sprinklers must be required in new homes.
    5/1/2017
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Manchester by the Sea shows the human cost of fire.
    3/1/2017
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Students studying abroad need to know the fire safety situation of their host country.
    1/3/2017
  • Carli, Lorraine
    What could be accomplished if fire prevention week lasted all year?
    11/1/2016
  • Carli, Lorraine
    A unified message is critical in the fight against home sprinkler opponents.
    10/1/2016
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Off-campus conundrum: Addressing the persistent problem of off-campus fire safety.
    9/1/2016
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Closing bedroom doors may actually open the door to improved fire safety.
    7/1/2016
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Why NFPA continues to push the home smoke alarm theme for Fire Prevention Week.
    5/2/2016
  • Carli, Lorraine
    What the holiday hoverboard flap illustrated about public safety.
    3/1/2016
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Voices carry: The importance of personal stories to drive home the advocacy message.
    1/4/2016
  • Carli, Lorraine
    A two-year old’s death underscores the need for home fire sprinklers.
    7/1/2015
  • Carli, Lorraine
    A new contest rewards the ingenuity of youth to create fire-safety messages.
    12/29/2014
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Smoke alarms past, present and future
    5/2/2014
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Every home fire affects real people.
    3/1/2013
  • Carli, Lorraine
    NFPA and LEGOLAND Florida form a fire prevention and safety partnership.
    3/1/2012
  • Carli, Lorraine
    Sparky turns 60!
    3/1/2011
  • Carli, Lorraine
    NFPA's Electric Vehicle Safety Program for first responders
    11/1/2010
  • Carli, Lorraine
    NFPA’s new campaign for home fire sprinklers
    3/1/2009
  • Carson, Chip
    Why all building egress routes are primary egress routes.
    10/31/2013
  • Carson, Chip
    Not all cooking operations need protection in line with NFPA 96.
    9/3/2013
  • Carson, Chip
    Despite increased smoke alarm use in the past 40 years, challenges remain.
    7/1/2013
  • Carson, Chip
    Why hazardous areas need to be defined before they can be protected.
    5/1/2013
  • Carson, Chip
    Requirements for interior finishes are in the Life Safety Code® for good reason.
    3/1/2013
  • Carson, Chip
    Changes in the Life Safety Code regarding placement of items in corridors of health care occupancies.
    1/1/2013
  • Carson, Chip
    Fire alarm system requirements in NFPA 72 and NFPA 101.
    11/1/2012
  • Carson, Chip
    Controlling combustible decorations is an important part of fire safety.
    9/1/2012
  • Carson, Chip
    Occupancy requirements for events held in tents.
    7/1/2012
  • Carson, Chip
    Barriers must be constructed correctly for their intended purpose.
    5/1/2012
  • Carson, Chip
    Some small industrial buildings can have a single exit.
    3/1/2012
  • Carson, Chip
    Changes to NFPA 101 recognize changes in long-term care facilities.
    1/1/2012
  • Carson, Chip
    NFPA 101 and provisions for lockups.
    11/1/2011
  • Carson, Chip
    Elevator lobby egress is an aspect of building safety that can be overlooked.
    9/1/2011
  • Carson, Chip
    Safe use of flammable liquids outside of storage.
    5/1/2011
  • Carson, Chip
    Using flammable liquid storage cabinets to isolate flammable and combustible liquids.
    3/1/2011
  • Carson, Chip
    Requirements for exit stair signage and markings.
    1/1/2011
  • Carson, Chip
    If OSHA's standards are updated to reflect the provisions of the 2009 Life Safety Code, there will be no conflict between them.
    11/1/2010
  • Carson, Chip
    What you need to do to ensure fire drill training actually works.
    9/1/2010
  • Carson, Chip
    Emergency plans — when are they required, and what should they include?
    7/1/2010
  • Carson, Chip
    The proper placement of exit signs, and why it’s not merely a matter of interpretation.
    5/1/2010
  • Carson, Chip
    A look at objects residing in corridors: what can stay, and what has to go?
    3/1/2010
  • Carson, Chip
    Why protecting openings between floors is a must.
    1/1/2010
  • Carson, Chip
    A pinch of perspective on protecting cooking equipment.
    11/1/2009
  • Carson, Chip
    Clarifying fire protection and egress issues regarding elevators.
    9/1/2009
  • Carson, Chip
    Pay attention to the inspection of doors.
    7/1/2009
  • Carson, Chip
    Smoke dampers, story counting, and more
    5/1/2009
  • Carson, Chip
    New Life Safety Code® annexes provide useful information
    3/1/2009
  • Carson, Chip
    Fire safety for mezzanines.
    1/1/2009
  • Carson, Chip
    Distance requirements are listed in the Life Safety Code
    11/1/2008
  • Carson, Chip
    Electrical room protection
    9/1/2008
  • Carson, Chip
    Understanding the hazards of the job
    7/1/2008
  • Carson, Chip
    Simultaneous occupancy and NFPA 101®.
    5/1/2008
  • Carson, Chip
    A new chapter on building rehabilitation
    3/1/2008
  • Carson, Chip
    Fire protection-rated doors
    1/1/2008
  • Carson, Chip
    Understanding the level of safety the Life Safety Code is trying to achieve.
  • Chantranuwat, Pichaya
    From Thailand to Russia, the recipe for devastating nightclub fires is the same: too many people, too few exits, highly combustible building materials, and pyrotechnics, mixed with too few fire-safety regulations and little enforcement.
    1/1/2010
  • Colonna, Guy
    5/1/2017
  • Colonna, Guy
    As combustible dust explosions and fires continue to destroy property and kill workers, NFPA prepares to issue a new standard on the requirements for managing combustible dust hazards.
    3/2/2015
  • Colonna, Guy
    Can NFPA and OSHA work to avoid confusion between two different sets of criteria for labeling hazards?
    5/1/2013
  • Colonna, Guy
    NFPA has formed a new committee project to address the ongoing problem of fire and life safety issues in confined spaces.
    3/1/2012
  • Colonna, Guy
    CSB and OSHA join forces to further shape NFPA’s industrial dust hazard safety codes.
    5/1/2011
  • Colonna, Guy
    An NFPA expert brings you an overview of the proposed changes to the next edition of the code covering combustible dust.
    3/1/2010
  • Colonna, Guy
    Evaluating the effectiveness of various foam concentrates and water additives on ethanol-fueled fires.
    3/1/2008
  • Combs, Brent
    How the Akron, Ohio, Fire Department faced down a fire at a unique local landmark.
    7/1/2008
  • Comeau, Ed
    An innovative new online program arms college students with up-to-date information on campus fire safety.
    9/1/2009
  • Comeau, Ed
    How Wesleyan University meets the challenge of making its unique student housing fire safe.
    9/1/2008
  • Comoletti, Judy
    This year’s Fire Prevention Week theme is "Have 2 Ways Out."
    9/1/2012
  • Comoletti, Judy
    Fire Prevention Week is the longest-running U.S. public safety observance.
    9/1/2011
  • Comoletti, Judy
    Look to NFPA for free outreach materials.
    7/1/2009
  • Comoletti, Judy
    Changing the future for the better
    3/1/2008
  • Corich, Steve
    After two all-campus lockdowns due to firearms threats, Mesa Community College Public Safety Officers needed a mass notification system fast.
    9/1/2008
  • Coté, Ron
    Demystifying the required risk analysis for mass-notification systems.
    11/1/2017
  • Coté, Ron
    Who is and who isn’t qualified to perform fire door inspections?
    9/1/2017
  • Coté, Ron
    It takes everyone’s efforts to recognize and remediate safety hazards.
    7/1/2017
  • Coté, Ron
    How NFPA 101 can help prevent tragedy after an occupancy change.
    5/1/2017
  • Coté, Ron
    Considering fire-retardant wooden roofs in health care facilities.
    3/1/2017
  • Coté, Ron
    Classroom door locks need to let children out and keep intruders at bay.
    1/3/2017
  • Coté, Ron
    A new way of addressing and fixing deficiencies in health care facilities.
    11/1/2016
  • Coté, Ron
    The CMS switch to the 2012 edition of NFPA 101® and why it matters.
    9/1/2016
  • Coté, Ron
    Why clarity and precision are key when seeking NFPA technical support.
    7/1/2016
  • Coté, Ron
    7/1/2016
  • Coté, Ron
    An update on the use of larger smoke compartments in hospitals.
    5/2/2016
  • Coté, Ron
    A look ahead at some possible revisions to the 2018 edition of NFPA 101.
    3/1/2016
  • Coté, Ron
    Mixed approach: The AHJ has final say in mixed-occupancy protection.
    1/4/2016
  • Coté, Ron
    Considering the use of grab bars to prevent falls in baths and showers.
    11/2/2015
  • Coté, Ron
    New code-compliant buildings offer comparable egress systems regardless of occupants’ mobility.
    9/1/2015
  • Coté, Ron
    NFPA 101’s role in new construction and existing buildings.
    7/1/2015
  • Coté, Ron
    Telling fact from fiction: Debunking a pair of Life Safety Code myths.
    5/1/2015
  • Coté, Ron
    Why some measures designed to address school shootings may adversely affect fire safety.
    3/2/2015
  • Coté, Ron
    Input Wanted: Why your feedback is important on the concept of larger smoke compartments in hospitals.
    12/29/2014
  • Coté, Ron
    How NFPA 101 and NFPA 13 work together to provide sprinkler protection in buildings.
    11/4/2014
  • Coté, Ron
    NFPA 101, Life Safety Code, and new provisions for security access turnstiles
    9/3/2014
  • Coté, Ron
    A closer look at the life safety tool box for large assembly occupancies.
    7/1/2014
  • Coté, Ron
    A primer on NFPA’s technical questions service.
    5/2/2014
  • Coté, Ron
    Fire alarms, evacuation, and industrial occupancies.
    3/4/2014
  • Coté, Ron
    Disagreement exists over a proposal to increase the size of smoke compartments in hospitals
    1/23/2014
  • Crowley, Michael
    What heath care providers, facility designers, and enforcers need to know about the risk-based approach to NFPA 99.
    1/3/2017