The National Fire Protection Association recently presented Wayne D. Moore with the organization’s 9009 Standards Medal award in recognition of his outstanding contributions to fire safety in the development of codes and standards and his dedication to the cause of fire safety worldwide.



The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recently presented Wayne D. Moore with the organization’s 9009 Standards Medal award in recognition of his outstanding contributions to fire safety in the development of codes and standards and his dedication to the cause of fire safety worldwide.

The Standards Medal is the highest award presented by NFPA’s Standard Council.

Moore, of Warwick, Rhode Island, currently holds the position of principal at Hughes Associates, Inc., and is an instructor of Fire Alarm Systems Workshop at NFPA. Moore has been a member of NFPA since 1973. He has served on NFPA’s Technical Committee on Cultural Resources since 1983; Premises Security since 2002 and has served as chair since 2003; and Fire Protection for Nuclear Facilities from 1992 – 1995.

Also, Moore has served on Technical Correlating Committees on Signaling Systems for the Protection of Life and Property since 1995 and as chair from 1998 – 2006; and on Safety to Life since 2007. He has also served on Signaling Systems for the Protection of Life and Property Technical Committees:  Emergency Communication Systems Chair since 2007; Protected Premises Fire Alarm Systems since 1993, chair from 1993 – 1998; Detection Devices from 1978 – 1983; and Fundamentals from 1990 – 1992, chair in 1992. Moore was a member of NFPA Standards Council from 1997 – 1998.

Moore received the award during the 2009 NFPA Conference & Expo, held in June in Chicago, IL.