Author Index
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  • Badger, Stephen
    Selected Large-Loss Fires and Explosions in 2019
    11/1/2020
  • Badger, Stephen
    An incident at a Texas chemical facility accounted for more than half of the dollar losses associated with large-loss fires last year
    11/1/2020
  • Badger, Stephen
    Catastrophic Multiple-Death Fires and Explosions by Type in 2019
    9/1/2020
  • Badger, Stephen
    A boat fire in California, which killed 33 people, was the deadliest of the 19 catastrophic fires and explosions in the United States last year
    9/1/2020
  • Badger, Stephen
    Last year, over 200 people died in 29 catastrophic multiple-death fires, including the deadliest wildfire in California history
    9/1/2019
  • Badger, Stephen
    Large-loss fires in 2017 killed 52, injured 233, and inflicted over $12 billion in damage.
    11/1/2018
  • Badger, Stephen
    A total of 150 people were killed in the country's 21 most severe loss-of-life fires in 2017. The California wildfires were the nation's deadliest.
    9/4/2018
  • Badger, Stephen
    Last year, 25 fires in the U.S. resulted in losses of at least $10 million each, for a cumulative total of $1.4 billion in direct property losses. For a bit of perspective, though, that figure was dwarfed by a single Canadian wildfire.
    11/1/2017
  • Badger, Stephen
    A total of 160 people were killed in the nation’s 21 most severe loss-of-life fires last year, none worse than the Ghost Ship fire in Oakland.
    9/1/2017
  • Badger, Stephen
    With an estimated $1.5 billion in property loss, California’s Valley Fire was the costliest fire of 2015, continuing a recent trend of wildfires topping the list of largest losses.
    11/1/2016
  • Badger, Stephen
    Nine fires resulting in 42 fatalities occurred in the U.S. in 2015, the lowest number of catastrophic multiple death fires ever recorded.
    9/1/2016
  • Baker, Weston
    As storage heights grow taller and the fire hazard of stored goods increases, research conducted by FM Global points to a cheaper, more effective method of in-rack storage protection.
    3/1/2016
  • Berard-Reed, Karen
    The community risk assessment: what it is, how it works, and why it’s essential for effective community risk reduction.
    5/1/2019
  • Berard-Reed, Karen
    How the data-driven insights generated by the community risk reduction process can help you identify, prioritize, and minimize hazards.
    5/1/2019
  • Beyer, Thomas
    1/4/2016
  • Beyer, Thomas
    As hospitals try to reduce costs related to the readmissions and emergency department care, fire-based medical services get proactive in providing non-acute care in patients’ homes.
    1/4/2016
  • Bielen, Richard
    The rise of durable medical equipment and why it generates concern over reliable power sources
    1/1/2020
  • Bigda, Kristin
    The Life Safety Code and carbon monoxide requirements
    5/3/2021
  • Bigda, Kristin
    Important sprinkler changes for high-rise apartments in the 2021 Life Safety Code
    2/8/2021
  • Bigda, Kristin
    Life safety considerations for alcohol-based hand sanitizing solutions
    11/1/2020
  • Bigda, Kristin
    A look at the requirements for daycare facilities in the Life Safety Code
    11/1/2019
  • Bigda, Kristin
    NFPA 1, NFPA 101, and valet trash collection services
    9/1/2019
  • Bigda, Kristin
    Protecting escape rooms and other special amusement buildings
    7/1/2019
  • Bigda, Kristin
    Considering active shooters and other targeted violence events when conducting emergency evacuation drills in schools.
    5/1/2019
  • Bigda, Kristin
    It may seem counterintuitive, but areas in a building can be hazardous even without high-hazard contents.
    3/1/2019
  • Bigda, Kristin
    Predicting occupant loads in modern-day office spaces.
    9/4/2018
  • Bigda, Kristin
    A look ahead to the 2021 Life Safety Code, which will consider threats like active shooters.
    7/2/2018
  • Bigda, Kristin
    Unsafe door locks are a problem everywhere, not just in schools.
    5/1/2018
  • Bigda, Kristin
    Maximum allowable quantities and protection levels in high-hazard occupancies.
    3/1/2018
  • Bigda, Kristin
    9/1/2016
  • Bliss, Don
    Our globetrotting columnist bids farewell and offers an appraisal of past successes and future challenges.
    5/1/2019
  • Bliss, Don
    Strengthening fire and life safety in developing countries requires ongoing effort and creative strategies.
    3/1/2019
  • Bliss, Don
    How NFPA is doubling-down on its efforts to address fire and life safety threats worldwide.
    1/2/2019
  • Bliss, Don
    How Hong Kong’s fire department honors tradition while looking forward.
    11/1/2018
  • Bliss, Don
    How NFPA documents are improving fire investigations around the world.
    9/4/2018
  • Bliss, Don
    Why partnerships are critical to the international fire safety ecosystem.
    7/2/2018
  • Bliss, Don
    How NFPA is helping global stakeholders navigate the new world of alternative fuel vehicles.
    5/1/2018
  • Bliss, Don
    What makes an ideal fire and life safety ecosystem? NFPA aims to find out.
    3/1/2018
  • Bliss, Don
    Peru’s all-volunteer fire service turns to NFPA to help it navigate an array of big challenges.
    1/2/2018
  • Bliss, Don
    Opportunity knocks in China, and NFPA is being asked to take on a larger role.
    11/1/2017
  • Bliss, Don
    After a string of recent tragedies, is the world finally ready to do what’s needed to protect people?
    9/1/2017
  • Bliss, Don
    Forging a strong bond between NFPA and the world’s fifth largest city.
    7/1/2017
  • Bliss, Don
    In developing nations, substandard fire protection can lead to tragic collapses.
    5/1/2017
  • Bliss, Don
    How can we address pressing needs in developing nations?
    3/1/2017
  • Bliss, Don
    Helping Latin America’s volunteer fire service fulfill its lifesaving mission.
    1/3/2017
  • Bliss, Don
    There is much the world and NFPA can learn from each other.
    11/1/2016
  • Bliss, Don
    A rush to boost security after terrorist events should not compromise fire safety.
    9/1/2016
  • Bliss, Don
    Exterior facade fires are becoming a big international problem.
    7/1/2016
  • Bliss, Don
    Standards without borders: NFPA documents are increasingly being used throughout the world.
    5/2/2016
  • Bliss, Don
    Why it’s critical to gather and evaluate fire data from around the world.
    3/1/2016
  • Bliss, Don
    Worldview: A new column on how NFPA is addressing the global fire problem.
    1/4/2016
  • Burns, Warren
    Dizzying lights, loud music, and a variety of visual effects make today’s shows and concerts more of a spectacle than ever before. Can the systems and procedures in place to alert occupants in an emergency compete?
    7/1/2017