Author Index
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  • Safer, Randy
    Randy Safer, NFPA's southern regional director, on retrofitting his home with fire sprinklers.
    11/1/2012
  • Sanford, Fred
    A new study puts a dollar amount on the damage caused by sprinklered fires vs. non-sprinklered fires — and in industrial settings, those dollar differences can get very large.
    3/5/2014
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Why grounding and bonding appliances is critical for ensuring safety.
    1/1/2017
  • Sargent, Jeff
    How well does the NEC address the burgeoning marijuana industry?
    11/1/2016
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Two important 2017 NEC® changes have roots in Canada.
    9/1/2016
  • Sargent, Jeff
    A look at the expanded ground-fault protections in the 2017 NEC.
    7/1/2016
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Proposed NEC changes impact the size of large–capacity circuits.
    5/2/2016
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Meter Matters: an NEC proposal is designed to protect first responders.
    3/1/2016
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Highlights of the proposed 2017 NEC changes, including new articles for generation, distribution, and utilization.
    1/4/2016
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Fighting to keep arc fault circuit interrupters in Alabama’s building code.
    11/2/2015
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Proposed 2017 NEC changes promote safe work practices in line with NFPA 70E.
    9/1/2015
  • Sargent, Jeff
    TLC and the NEC: The role of maintenance in electrical safety.
    7/1/2015
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Power oriented: A look ahead at the 2017 NEC.
    5/1/2015
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Certified safe: Two new NFPA certification programs help ensure that workplaces are electrically safe.
    3/2/2015
  • Sargent, Jeff
    NEC features are designed to protect first responders from rooftop PV systems.
    12/29/2014
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Seven Reasons for a timely adoption of the 2014 NEC.
    11/4/2014
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Cautionary Tale: Code changes that disregard safety can have tragic results
    9/3/2014
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Establishing the necessary level of electrical safety for swimming pools.
    7/3/2014
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Assessing risk and determining PPE use.
    5/2/2014
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Energy codes, safety codes, and sustainability.
    3/4/2014
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Why provisions are different for health care facilities.
    1/27/2014
  • Sargent, Jeff
    The new NEC® increases receptacle requirements for hospitals.
    10/31/2013
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Why health care occupancies need reliable electrical infrastructures.
    9/3/2013
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Yes, you should use the latest edition of the National Electrical Code®.
    7/1/2013
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Designers must consider natural disasters when locating emergency power supplies.
    5/1/2013
  • Sargent, Jeff
    NFPA 110 provides performance requirements for emergency systems.
    3/1/2013
  • Sargent, Jeff
    A feature of any emergency power system is a standby power source.
    1/1/2013
  • Sargent, Jeff
    A proposal for 2014 NEC fine-tunes the requirements for clear work space.
    11/1/2012
  • Sargent, Jeff
    New information on requirements for accessible design in the NEC.
    9/1/2012
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Part II of a review of proposed articles for the 2014 edition of the NEC®.
    7/1/2012
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Five new NEC® articles cover new technology in the electrical industry.
    5/1/2012
  • Sargent, Jeff
    NFPA launches two new certifications to support NFPA 70E.
    3/1/2012
  • Sargent, Jeff
    NFPA is committed to making sure the NEC keeps pace with the EV revolution.
    1/1/2012
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Jumping through hoops on the way to safe electrical work practices.
    11/1/2011
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Consider investing in a portable GFCI as part of your PPE arsenal.
    9/1/2011
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Locking and tagging equipment to create an electrically safe work area.
    7/1/2011
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Bidding adieu to the 2* hazard/risk designation.
    5/1/2011
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Employees must be trained to use testing equipment properly.
    3/1/2011
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Inspection as a task covered by NFPA 70E.
    1/1/2011
  • Sargent, Jeff
    New Hampshire requires all new electricians to be trained in personal safety.
    11/1/2010
  • Sargent, Jeff
    How the NEC® and NFPA 70E team up to minimize the risk of working on energized equipment.
    9/1/2010
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Know what you’re getting into to protect against arc flash hazard.
    7/1/2010
  • Sargent, Jeff
    A primer on proposed revisions to the upcoming edition of the code.
    5/1/2010
  • Sargent, Jeff
    NFPA 70E does allow you to perform energized work, but not at the carte blanche level you may think.
    3/1/2010
  • Sargent, Jeff
    How committees prepare for the next edition of NFPA 70E.
    1/1/2010
  • Sargent, Jeff
    Here’s your chance to shape the next edition of 70E.
    11/1/2009
  • Sargent, Jeff
    70E and the new installation requirements in the NEC.
    9/1/2009
  • Scheffey, Joseph
    Are all composite intermediate bulk carriers created equal? A study by the Fire Protection Research Foundation says no. What does that mean for you?
    1/1/2009
  • Scherpa, Thomas
    What if nobody moves to the exits? Why the best safety systems account for the human factor.
    9/1/2017
  • Schorow, Stephanie
    5/1/2017
  • Schorow, Stephanie
    How Boston adapted its approach to emergency management and planning since the 2013 marathon bombings—and what other communities can learn from it.
    5/1/2017
  • Schorow, Stephanie
    Oxygen-rich hyperbaric chambers are touted for their healing powers, but as potential fire hazards they are also potentially deadly.
    1/3/2017
  • Schorow, Stephanie
    How the fire service learned to love home fire sprinklers and why it’s a key partner in sprinkler efforts nationwide.
    10/10/2016
  • Schorow, Stephanie
    10/1/2016
  • Schorow, Stephanie
    Water purveyors are ignoring the myths and embracing home sprinklers as allies of municipal water suppliers.
    10/1/2016
  • Schorow, Stephanie
    Compulsive hoarding isn’t new, but a growing awareness of the problem may allow firefighters to play a role in dealing with dangerous hoarding situations.
    1/1/2012
  • Schorow, Stephanie
    The stay-and-defend-or-leave-early model faces tough scrutiny in the aftermath of Australia’s disastrous and deadly 2009 wildfires.
    9/1/2011
  • Schorow, Stephanie
    A walking tour of notable Boston fires and disasters.
    5/1/2011
  • Shannon, James
    Jim Shannon signs off as president of NFPA.
    5/2/2014
  • Shannon, James
    Finding a balance between fire safety and environmental concern.
    3/4/2014
  • Shannon, James
    The year behind, the year ahead.
    1/8/2014
  • Shannon, James
    Why we need a coordinated, long-term approach to wildfire.
    10/31/2013
  • Shannon, James
    Protecting the process
    9/3/2013
  • Shannon, James
    Global view
    7/1/2013
  • Shannon, James
    No time for indifference.
    5/1/2013
  • Shannon, James
    NFPA's commitment to nightclub safety.
    3/1/2013
  • Shannon, James
    The Wildfire Imperative
    11/1/2012
  • Shannon, James
    The Wildfire Imperative
    9/1/2012
  • Shannon, James
    An icon worth preserving
    7/1/2012
  • Shannon, James
    Fire Safety: No Mystery
    5/1/2012
  • Shannon, James
    Open, Balanced, and Fair
    3/1/2012
  • Shannon, James
    Enabling the enforcers
    1/1/2012
  • Shannon, James
    Closing the gap
    11/1/2011
  • Shannon, James
    Learning from sacrifice
    9/1/2011
  • Shannon, James
    The wildfire priority
    9/1/2011
  • Shannon, James
    The needs of the fire service.
    7/1/2011
  • Shannon, James
    State of independence.
    5/1/2011
  • Shannon, James
    Electric vehicles: safety and more.
    3/1/2011
  • Shannon, James
    Mission, vision, & commitment.
    1/1/2011
  • Shannon, James
    NFPA and the World
    11/1/2010
  • Shannon, James
    A volunteer's volunteer
    9/1/2010
  • Shannon, James
    Meeting the demands of our day
    7/1/2010
  • Shannon, James
    A word of thanks to the NFPA members who worked on the latest revisions to the NEC.
    5/1/2010
  • Shannon, James
    An NFPA publication from more than 30 years ago prompts an examination of fire-safety progress.
    3/1/2010
  • Shannon, James
    A look back at the initiatives and programs NFPA launched in 2009 — and a look ahead at 2010.
    1/1/2010
  • Shannon, James
    Why the ICC needs to continue to support residential sprinklers.
    11/1/2009
  • Shannon, James
    Why Congress needs to increase funding for the federal Fire Grants program.
    9/1/2009
  • Shannon, James
    When process meets commitment.
    7/1/2009
  • Shannon, James
    A call to join the sprinkler fight
    5/1/2009
  • Shannon, James
    Fire-safe Cigarettes: Keep fighting
    3/1/2009
  • Shannon, James
    Fire Safety and the Future
    1/1/2009
  • Shannon, James
    Take care this heating season
    11/1/2008
  • Shannon, James
    Fire safety on college campuses
    9/1/2008
  • Shannon, James
    Advancing residential sprinklers
    7/1/2008
  • Shannon, James
    Chief Warren McDaniels.
    5/1/2008
  • Shannon, James
    The Firewise philosophy
    3/1/2008
  • Shannon, James
    2007 year in review
    1/1/2008
  • Shifilti, Robert
    A discussion of 10 key issues affecting the intelligibility of voice alarm signalling systems.
    11/1/2010
  • Smith, Ashley
    A high-profile suicide puts firefighter workplace stress issues into the spotlight.
    5/2/2016
  • Smith, Ashley
    5/2/2016
  • Smith, Ashley
    Developing codes and standards for large, high-occupancy facilities will be the focus of a new NFPA technical committee.
    5/2/2016
  • Smith, Ashley
    Plastic decorative features in places like Las Vegas make the ordinary appear extraordinary, but what kind of fire hazard do they pose inside and outside of buildings?
    5/2/2016
  • Smith, Ashley
    A rash of electric shock drownings at marinas and boatyards has prompted fresh research and a new look at the requirements for ground fault protection in the 2016 edition of NFPA 303.
    5/1/2015
  • Smith, Ashley
    As emerging methods for oil and gas extraction spread across the country, rural fire departments primarily trained in structural fires face serious industrial hazards when things go wrong.
    3/2/2015
  • Smith, Ashley
    12/29/2014
  • Smith, Ashley
    New requirements meant an older nursing home in Oregon would need to retrofit a new sprinkler system—all while residents stayed in the building.
    12/29/2014
  • Smith, Dennis
    The new edition of NFPA 921, Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations, will help fire investigators use their experience to the greatest advantage.
    5/1/2008
  • Solomon, Robert
    Should an NFPA 13R sprinkler system extinguish a fire, or just slow it down enough to prevent death and injuries?
    11/1/2016
  • Solomon, Robert
    1/4/2016
  • Stauder, John
    Unique architectural features make even more challenging the fire protection engineer's job to satisfy building code requirements.
    1/1/2008
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Commentary: Chile’s Fiery Past: Will the Valparaiso Wildfire Change the Future?
    10/2/2014
  • Steinberg, Michele
    The Firewise Communities Program teaches homeowners, builders, firefighters, and community leaders how to prepare homes to resist ignition from wildland fire.
    9/1/2011
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Our woman-on-the-ground for community wildfire safety files a dispatch from the front lines of the wildland-urban interface.
    11/1/2009
  • Sutherland, Scott
    Takeaways from California’s deadly wine country blazes.
    11/1/2017
  • Sutherland, Scott
    7/1/2017
  • Sutherland, Scott
    A new film documents the 1973 Up Stairs Lounge fire in New Orleans.
    7/1/2016
  • Sutherland, Scott
    5/2/2016
  • Sutherland, Scott
    1/4/2016
  • Sutherland, Scott
    The affordable home smoke alarm wins the inaugural Philip J. DiNenno Prize.
    7/1/2015
  • Sutherland, Scott
    7/1/2015
  • Sutherland, Scott
    7/1/2015
  • Sutherland, Scott
    3/2/2015
  • Sutherland, Scott
    Powered for Patients aims to provide more resilient backup power sources for critical healthcare facilities.
    3/2/2015
  • Sutherland, Scott
    12/29/2014
  • Sutherland, Scott
    10/31/2014
  • Sutherland, Scott
    As NFPA's "digital president", Jim Shannon recognized the potential of the Internet to build the organization and expand its influence around the world.
    7/1/2014
  • Sutherland, Scott
    Paul Villotti discusses the life safety considerations of Levi's Stadium, the new home of the San Francisco 49ers.
    7/1/2014
  • Sutherland, Scott
    In her remarkable new book, Five Days at Memorial, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink takes a close look at a hospital’s life-anddeath struggle during Hurricane Katrina.
    1/7/2014
  • Sutherland, Scott
    Geologist Susan Kieffer talks about the common denominators of disasters.
    10/31/2013
  • Sutherland, Scott
    What happens when a county fire marshal in Texas decides that a big new Formula One racetrack needs a mass notification system?
    7/1/2013
  • Sutherland, Scott
    In the wake of a deadly nightclub fire, NFPA discusses possible code adoption with fire officials in Brazil.
    3/1/2013
  • Sutherland, Scott
    Environmental historian Stephen Pyne on America’s complex (and unresolved) relationship with wildfire.
    9/1/2011
  • Sutherland, Scott
    The circumstances that led to the fire at the Triangle Waist Co. on March 25, 1911, still exist in factories throughout the world — and the U.S. is no exception.
    3/1/2011
  • Sutherland, Scott
    An insider’s tour of the fire protection systems at CityCenter, the colossal new development on the Vegas Strip.
    5/1/2010
  • Sutherland, Scott
    News and dispatches compiled by NFPA Journal staff.
    1/1/2010
  • Sutherland, Scott
    News & dispatches compiled by NFPA Journal staff.
    11/1/2009
  • Sutherland, Scott
    Welcome to our coverage of the 2009 NFPA Conference & Expo: 60 pages of features, previews, code analysis, exhibitor information, and conference tips, all designed to help you get the most out of the experience.
    5/1/2009
  • Sutherland, Scott
    NFPA has launched an advocacy campaign to increase the number of U.S. homes protected by sprinklers. The case for home fire sprinklers is compelling and timely, and here’s how you can make that case to your community.
    3/1/2009
  • Sutherland, Scott
    NFPA's message for President-Elect Obama
    1/1/2009
  • Sutherland, Scott
    NFPA enlists the help of a cartoon for Fire Prevention Week 1953
    1/1/2009
  • Sutherland, Scott
    Ken Peterson and Scott McLellan discuss their efforts to expand the use of residential sprinklers in Minnesota.