Author Index
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  • Hague, David
    A comprehensive reorganization of the 2019 NFPA 13 has resulted in a major standard that is a leaner, clearer, and more effective tool for the installation of sprinkler systems.
    5/1/2018
  • Haynes, Hylton
    An estimated 62,085 firefighter injuries occurred in the line of duty in 2016, a decrease of nearly 9 percent from the year before and the lowest rate since NFPA began analyzing this data in 1981.
    11/1/2017
  • Haynes, Hylton
    More than 1.3 million fires were reported in the U.S. last year, resulting in an estimated 3,390 civilian deaths—the highest fatality numbers since 2008.
    9/1/2017
  • Haynes, Hylton
    Fire departments responded to 1.3 million fires last year in the U.S., resulting in $14.3 billion in property loss. Both numbers are an increase over 2014.
    9/1/2016
  • Housewright, Meghan
    State legislatures are micromanaging the code update process, delaying adoption and putting lives at risk.
    11/1/2018
  • Housewright, Meghan
    New York’s public housing authority offers a lesson on what not to do if the goal is to keep residents safe.
    9/4/2018
  • Housewright, Meghan
    Why home fire sprinklers are the answer to the hazard created by banning chemical flame retardants.
    7/2/2018
  • Housewright, Meghan
    Budgeting for wildfire prevention needs to be a government priority, not an afterthought.
    5/1/2018
  • Housewright, Meghan
    California homeowners could be facing a looming crisis—and an opportunity for positive change.
    3/1/2018
  • Housewright, Meghan
    It’s time to stop playing politics with safety regulations and trust the code adoption process.
    1/2/2018
  • Housewright, Meghan
    The new NFPA Policy Institute will be an asset for decision makers at every level of government.
    11/1/2017