Author Index
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
  • Martin, Paul
    USFA’s Kelvin Cochran, NFPA’s Nancy McNabb
    1/1/2010
  • Martin, Paul
    A new effort aims to improve data collection for on-campus fires.
    11/1/2009
  • May, Paul
    Whether or not we embrace nuclear power for our growing electricity needs, NFPA codes will continue to help the industry remain as fire-safe as possible.
    11/1/2009
  • McGinnis, Ryan
    Rescuing animals was once a matter of guesswork. Not anymore. A new chapter in NFPA 1670 provides responders with much-needed guidance on conducting animal technical rescues.
    7/1/2014
  • McKelvey, Susan
    9/1/2016
  • Minister, Andrew
    Science demonstrations that go disastrously wrong have become a frequent occurrence in schools and other educational settings across the country. NFPA 45 aims to eliminate that trend.
    9/1/2015
  • Mohr, Gary
    Learn the details of the New Indianapolis Airport’s state-of-the-art water suppression system.
    7/1/2008
  • Moncada, Jaime
    A detailed look at the Comayagua fire and how NFPA codes and standards can be used to improve fire safety in prisons and other occupancies throughout Latin America.
    9/1/2012
  • Montville, Laura
    9/1/2016
  • Moore, Wayne
    Installing detection and alarm systems in culturally significant buildings.
    9/1/2017
  • Moore, Wayne
    Retrofitting voice evacuation into high-capacity assembly occupancies.
    7/1/2017
  • Moore, Wayne
    Considering smoke detector spacing in beamed ceilings.
    5/1/2017
  • Moore, Wayne
    Voice notification systems and the industrial sector.
    3/1/2017
  • Moore, Wayne
    On smoke detectors and door release requirements for smoke barriers.
    1/3/2017
  • Moore, Wayne
    Good documentation is the key to increased fire alarm system reliability.
    11/1/2016
  • Moore, Wayne
    Back to school special: Fire alarm systems in K-12 schools.
    9/1/2016
  • Moore, Wayne
    Considering the notification challenges in large assembly occupancies.
    7/1/2016
  • Moore, Wayne
    Considering the intelligibility of fire alarm systems.
    5/2/2016
  • Moore, Wayne
    An array of conditions in industrial occupancies can impact fire alarm system performance.
    3/1/2016
  • Moore, Wayne
    Why it’s important to plan carefully for fire alarm system testing impairments.
    1/4/2016
  • Moore, Wayne
    Knowing where smoke detectors should go—and where they shouldn’t.
    11/2/2015
  • Moore, Wayne
    Think for yourself: Why the code should not be confused with a design manual.
    9/1/2015
  • Moore, Wayne
    Addressing the challenges of fire alarms and PA systems in assembly occupancies.
    7/1/2015
  • Moore, Wayne
    Mixed signals: Using different audible appliances in the same space.
    5/1/2015
  • Moore, Wayne
    Three changes to the new NFPA 72 will have a major impact on the design and installation of fire alarm and mass notification systems.
    5/1/2015
  • Moore, Wayne
    Surroundings are an important factor in choosing an occupancy's detection.
    3/2/2015
  • Moore, Wayne
    NFPA 72 and a requirement for low-frequency alarms for sleeping areas.
    12/29/2014
  • Moore, Wayne
    A free, read-only version of NFPA 72 online makes it easy to remain code compliant.
    11/4/2014
  • Moore, Wayne
    Settling a fire alarm system testing dispute
    9/3/2014
  • Moore, Wayne
    The reliable delivery of emergency messages in large assembly buildings.
    7/1/2014
  • Moore, Wayne
    Why you should know and use the most recent edition of the code.
    5/2/2014
  • Moore, Wayne
    Smoke detectors and fluorescent lighting fixtures.
    3/4/2014
  • Moore, Wayne
    Planning your system testing and maintenance needs to reduce health care facility costs.
    1/27/2014
  • Moore, Wayne
    Before you address specific types of detection, you need to know what you want it to accomplish.
    10/31/2013
  • Moore, Wayne
    Fire alarm systems, communications systems, and interconnectivity.
    9/3/2013
  • Moore, Wayne
    Why alarm systems must be tested after installation or repair.
    7/1/2013
  • Moore, Wayne
    Planning a fire alarm installation through to the acceptance test helps finish the job on time.
    5/1/2013
  • Moore, Wayne
    Fire alarm systems and the systems that interconnect with them.
    3/1/2013
  • Moore, Wayne
    A new chapter of NFPA 72® is dedicated solely to documentation.
    1/1/2013
  • Moore, Wayne
    The many ways NFPA 72 addresses planning and installing fire alarms.
    11/1/2012
  • Moore, Wayne
    How NFPA 72 and NFPA 101 work together to protect schools.
    9/1/2012
  • Moore, Wayne
    PA system designers must determine the system’s applicability and compliance.
    7/1/2012
  • Moore, Wayne
    New NFPA 72 requirements for emergency communications systems.
    5/1/2012
  • Moore, Wayne
    Some fire alarm and sprinkler system requirements may surprise designers.
    3/1/2012
  • Moore, Wayne
    Ensuring that fire alarm system designs meet more than fire protection goals.
    1/1/2012
  • Moore, Wayne
    Important code changes for firefighter communications.
    11/1/2011
  • Moore, Wayne
    Historic events result in new requirements in NFPA 72®.
    9/1/2011
  • Moore, Wayne
    Who is responsible for ensuring fire protection systems work as required?
    7/1/2011
  • Moore, Wayne
    Learning from an unwanted alarm summit three decades ago.
    5/1/2011
  • Moore, Wayne
    We must understand how changes in the codes affect new fire alarm systems.
    3/1/2011
  • Moore, Wayne
    Rethinking the need for intelligibility testing of fire alarm systems.
    1/1/2011
  • Moore, Wayne
    The shared responsibilities of sprinkler and fire alarm systems.
    11/1/2010
  • Moore, Wayne
    What do I test? For new fire alarm systems, the answer is easy.
    9/1/2010
  • Moore, Wayne
    The contractor’s role in complying with intelligibility and audibility requirements.
    7/1/2010
  • Moore, Wayne
    Deciphering the survivability and reliability of fire alarm systems.
    5/1/2010
  • Moore, Wayne
    Avoiding misinterpretation of the interaction between NFPA 72 and other NFPA codes.
    3/1/2010
  • Moore, Wayne
    New alarm requirements to better protect the hearing-impaired.
    1/1/2010
  • Moore, Wayne
    Training = fire alarm system operational reliability.
    11/1/2009
  • Moore, Wayne
    Cutting costs is no reason to stop testing your fire alarms.
    9/1/2009
  • Moore, Wayne
    The expanding world of emergency communications systems.
    7/1/2009
  • Moore, Wayne
    Intelligible alarms, and new challenges for fire inspectors
    5/1/2009
  • Moore, Wayne
    Fire alarm system design for industrial occupancies
    3/1/2009
  • Moore, Wayne
    Common sense is your most important tool.
    1/1/2009
  • Moore, Wayne
    More than just NFPA 72®
    11/1/2008
  • Moore, Wayne
    Legacy systems training
    9/1/2008
  • Moore, Wayne
    Abandoned fire alarm system removal
    7/1/2008
  • Moore, Wayne
    Proper fire alarm system commissioning.
    5/1/2008
  • Moore, Wayne
    The growing importance of good communications
    3/1/2008
  • Moore, Wayne
    Specific purpose and proper protection
    1/1/2008
  • Mowery, Molly
    Molly Mowery reflects on the Fire Adapted Community message: Making sure that communities are prepared so that fewer resources are needed to protect them.
    1/6/2014
  • Mowery, Molly
    Fire Adapted Communities have made a lot of progress in a short time.
    10/31/2013
  • Mowery, Molly
    Lessons learned, and questions still to be answered, after a trip to Russia.
    9/3/2013
  • Mowery, Molly
    What we really mean when we talk about the wildland/urban interface.
    7/1/2013
  • Mowery, Molly
    Why planning for future development needs to account for wildfire risk.
    5/1/2013
  • Mowery, Molly
    Why wildland fire safety planning must include all segments of society.
    3/1/2013
  • Mowery, Molly
    Costly wildfires can be pre-empted by effective planning.
    1/1/2013
  • Mowery, Molly
    Getting past headlines and sound bites for a more focused look at wildfires.
    11/1/2012
  • Mowery, Molly
    Simple questions, difficult answers, and why wildfire mitigation works.
    9/1/2012
  • Mowery, Molly
    How fire-adapted communities take responsibility for their wildfire risks.
    7/1/2012
  • Mowery, Molly
    Creating cities where humans can co-exist with their environment.
    5/1/2012
  • Mowery, Molly
    In the wildfire world, simple questions often produce complex answers.
    3/1/2012
  • Mowery, Molly
    A new column devoted to NFPA’s commitment to wildfire management.
    1/1/2012
  • Mowery, Molly
    As NFPA launches new international initiatives, it draws energy and ideas from the relationships it has built over the past decade
    9/1/2011
  • Muir, Jim
    How a building inspection department short on time, resources, and manpower utilizes remote video inspection to meet customer demand.
    5/1/2017