Author Index
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  • Schorow, Stephanie
    A new book recounts the story of Boston's Great Fire of 1872
    11/3/2021
  • Schorow, Stephanie
    A look back—and forward—as NFPA celebrates 125 years of fire, life, and electrical safety
    5/1/2021
  • Solomon, Robert
    Monitoring the status of a sprinkler system
    9/1/2019
  • Solomon, Robert
    Sprinklers, state code, and the NFPA Fire & Life Safety Ecosystem
    7/1/2019
  • Solomon, Robert
    Open-kitchen equivalency in health care facilities.
    1/2/2019
  • Solomon, Robert
    NFPA 101, NFPA 25, and fire protection system impairments.
    11/1/2018
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Pilot program shows communities can dramatically reduce their risk from wildfire
    8/1/2022
  • Steinberg, Michele
    A high school student from Oregon explains the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy in an engaging six-minute video
    6/2/2022
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Why is there a shortage of professionals who can design and build wildfire-safe buildings?
    4/5/2022
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Western US lawmakers take bold steps toward reducing wildfire risk
    12/20/2021
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Why we need new research that truly reflects the problem of community destruction by wildfire
    10/4/2021
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Our current approach to combatting wildfire isn't working. So why do we remain complacent?
    11/1/2020
  • Steinberg, Michele
    A new online tools helps communities evaluate wildfire risk
    9/1/2020
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Preparing communities for wildfire during a pandemic
    7/1/2020
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Florida's comprehensive response to the 1992 hurricane can teach us a lot about how to confront wildfire
    5/7/2020
  • Steinberg, Michele
    We need to better understand the emotional toll of wildfire
    5/4/2020
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Experts from a range of fields are coming together to find new approaches to the wildfire problem
    3/2/2020
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Can the wealthy really avoid the impact of extreme natural events like wildfire?
    1/1/2020
  • Steinberg, Michele
    What the deliberate power outages in California say about our wildfire planning, preparation, and resiliency
    1/1/2020
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Mainstream media are finally covering wildfire with depth and nuance. How did this happen?
    9/1/2019
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Can we stop neglecting the NFPA Fire & Life Safety Ecosystem and prevent wildfire losses?
    9/1/2019
  • Steinberg, Michele
    We know that wildfire-resistant building codes work. So why do many communities insist on ignoring them?
    7/1/2019
  • Steinberg, Michele
    After visiting the ruins of last year’s Camp Fire, it’s clear that nature doesn’t love us. We must protect ourselves.
    5/1/2019
  • Steinberg, Michele
    How the streamlined goal of NFPA's Wildfire Community Prep Day can spur residents to take action.
    3/1/2019
  • Steinberg, Michele
    Even as high-profile wildfires wreak havoc, preparedness efforts continue to quietly pay huge dividends.
    1/2/2019
  • Sutherland, Scott
    Human trafficking doesn't only happen in the shadows—and responders, inspectors, and other safety professionals have a role to play in stopping it
    11/16/2021
  • Sutherland, Scott
    A conversation about safety in Beirut after the devastating 2020 port explosion
    11/1/2021
  • Sutherland, Scott
    A landmark study from NFPA draws on nearly 40 years of data to assess efforts at reducing fires in the US
    8/16/2021
  • Sutherland, Scott
    Fires in buildings under construction continue to occur at an alarming rate, prompting efforts to beef up protections
    2/8/2021
  • Sutherland, Scott
    The better you understand your community, the better you can manage the next large-scale crisis
    5/1/2020
  • Sutherland, Scott
    Forty years ago, a small town in the Canadian province of Quebec became the site of a fire that killed scores. A new book examines the lasting impact that fire had on that tiny, insular community.
    3/1/2020
  • Sutherland, Scott
    A minute-by-minute account of the evacuation of Feather River Medical Center, as the Camp Fire overtook its campus in November.
    1/2/2019