Building Safety & Construction Webinars

Facilities Development Division (FDD) Webinars#

Building Standards Unit #

Upcoming Webinars:#

Part 10 Existing Building Code – Renovations#

Date: TBD | Registration information coming soon!

California Energy Code for Healthcare Facilities#

Date: TBD | Registration information coming soon!

Accessibility CAN 2-11B#

Date: TBD | Registration information coming soon!

Functional Programs#

Date: TBD | Registration information coming soon!

Special Provisions for SPC-2 Buildings#

Date: TBD | Registration information coming soon!

It’s free to participate and each session is from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m., Pacific Time


Past Webinars:#

Collaborative Review and Construction (CRC) and Phased Plan Review (PPR) per PIN 50#

This video is for educational purposes to explain the history and proper usage of PIN 50 – Collaborative Review and Construction process (CRC) & Phased Plan Review (PPR).  The PPR has been successfully used to reduce approval time and minimize the number of post approval documents.  This video is presented in six sessions.

Session 1:
Introduction and History

Session 2:
Statute and Regulations

Session 3:
PIN 50 Definition of Terms

Session 4:
PIN 50 Process/Parameters
PIN 50 Goals & Best Practices

Session 5:
PIN 50 Sample Review Matrix
PIN 50 Sample Review Log
PIN 50 Sample Integrated Review Plan

Session 6:
Designing Your Review
Change Management

 


Remodel CAN 2-102.6##
Remodel (Renovations, Alterations, Repairs)##

The legal occupancy of any structure existing on the date of adoption of the code shall be permitted to continue use without change. This code section has led to varying interpretations of what is required during a remodel and how the scope of work is defined. This presentation will clarify the confusion. By applying the Remodel CAN to your project, you will have the confidence to properly define the scope of work and what the project will be responsible for updating.

Tuesday, September 22, 2020, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Slide Handouts | Video Presentation


Equipment Anchorage per PIN 68#
Fixed, Interim, Mobile, Movable, Other and Temporary Equipment#

OSHPD PIN 68 clarifies which type of equipment is required to be anchored, restrained, or permitted to be unanchored to meet the functional needs of hospitals. 

This webinar focuses on what is needed to be shown on the construction documents to identify which equipment falls in each classification.

Tuesday, August 25, 2020, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Slide Handouts | Video Presentation


Updates to the 2019 Building Standards Code#
Session 1: OSHPD 1R | California Existing Building Code | California Administrative Code#

March 24, 2020, 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Slide Handouts | Video Presentation | Video Transcript

Session 2: Fire/Life Safety#

April 7, 2020, 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Slide Handouts | Video Presentation | Video Transcript

Session 3: California Building Code#

April 21, 2020, 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Slide Handouts | Video Presentation | Video Transcript

Session 4: California Electrical Code | California Mechanical Code | California Plumbing Code | California Energy Code | How to Remove Acute Services from the Building | What’s Coming Up#

May 7, 2020, 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Slide Handouts | Video Presentation | Video Transcript


Inspection Services Unit #

Upcoming Webinars#

Field Brief Advice and Open Mic with ISU#

The Inspection Services Unit (ISU) will be hosting a 10-minute series on “Field Brief Advice” followed by an Open Mic session on Wednesday afternoons at NOON. Discussions will include various topics as experienced by FDD field staff.

Every Wednesday at 12:00 p.m., Pacific Time
Please note the time has changed.

8/19      Radiology Vendors – Speaker: Joe LaBrie
8/26      Special Inspections – Speaker: Monica Colosi
9/2         Submittals – Speaker: Chris Tokas
9//9       Fire-Resistive Rated Assemblies – Speaker: Nanci Timmins
9/16      Accessibility – Speaker: Richard Tannahill
9/23      Electrical Coordination – Speaker: Jamie Schnick
9/30      Questions to Paul Coleman – Speaker: Paul Coleman

For best results, please use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox browsers to register and join webinar.

Click here to register.

Speakers:

Joseph LaBrie, S.E.
Regional Compliance Officer

James Pan, S.E.
District Structural Engineer

Chris Davis, S.E.
District Structural Engineer

Jamie Schnick, Sr. E.
Senior Electrical Engineer

Cesar Ponce
Compliance Officer

Monica Colosi
Compliance Officer

It’s free to participate and each Wednesday’s session begins at 12:00 p.m., Pacific Time.
These sessions are limited to 500 participants each and should be registered for separately. Please register early.


Past Webinars#

How to Use the Testing, Inspection & Observation (TIO) Form##

Are you familiar with the testing, observation and inspection form? Are you new to Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) projects or a seasoned veteran working with the TIO form but need a refresher on the newly implemented changes to the form? Please join OSHPD’s Inspection Services Unit (ISU) in this brief overview of the form and the significant changes to it. Design professionals, inspectors of record and all others involved with the TIO form should not miss this informational webinar.

Topics Include:
• Who is responsible for the TIO Program?
• Introduction to the TIO Form
• Changes to the TIO
• On-site vs. off-site special inspections
• Required energy code compliance forms
• Substantial Compliance vs. Certificate of Occupancy
• What’s Coming Up

For more information, see the May Webinar – How to Use the TIO Form Presentation + Q&A

Hospital Inspector of Record: 5-part Series#

All individuals considering or planning to take the Hospital Inspector of Record (IOR) exam should not miss these informational webinars. OSHPD’s Inspection Services Unit (ISU) presents a 5-part series on the IOR program.

Session 1: IOR, Introduction

May 27, 2020, 10:30 – 11:30am
Slide Handouts | Video Presentation

Topics include:

•  What is an IOR?
•  What is the IOR’s responsibility?
•  What are IORs allowed to inspect?
•  What are the minimum qualifications?
•  How to apply for the IOR exam
•  Documents to include with the application
•  Reasons why an application would be denied
•  Renewal of IOR certificate

Session 2: Preparing for the IOR Exam

June 3, 2020, 10:30 – 11:30am
Slide Handouts | Video Presentation

Topics include:

•  What is the exam format?
•  How to prepare for the exam
•  What happens after passing the exam?
•  Who employs the IOR?
•  A, B, and C exam
•  What is the IOR’s responsibility?

Session 3: How to Speak IOR

June 17, 2020, 10:30 – 11:30am
Slide Handouts | Video Presentation

Topics include:

•  How to succeed as an IOR
•  IOR safety
•  What is a TIO?
•  Who is responsible for what?
•  IORs and inspections
•  IOR daily reports & field records
•  Construction inconsistencies 
•  Notices to OSHPD
•  CEC forms

Session 4: How to Succeed as an IOR 

July 1, 2020, 10:30 – 11:30am
Slide Handouts | Video Presentation

Topics include:

•  Sample IOR exam questions
•  How to research the code
•  How to read a set of plans
•  How to be a strong IOR
•  Pre-construction meetings & communication
•  Construction & inspection schedules
•  Non-material changes vs. material changes
•  OSHPD field monitoring & IOR nonperformance

Session 5: Summary

July 15, 2020, 10:30 – 11:30am
Slide Handouts | Video Presentation

Topics include:

•  IOR Responsibilities
• Minimum qualifications to take the exam
• Exam format
• How to prepare for the exam
• How to read a set of plans
• What’s the TIO form?
• DPOR responsibility vs. IOR responsibility
• IOR strengths
• Daily reports and how to complete them
• When to notify OSHPD
• Discrepancies and corrective actions
• OSHPD field monitoring and IOR performance