Facilities Development Division Californias Building Department for Hospitals
Facilities Development Division Californias Building Department for Hospitals Paul A. Coleman, Architect, Deputy Director Chris Tokas, S.E., Deputy Division Chief Gordon Oakley, Fire Marshal, Deputy Division Chief Roy Lobo, Ph.D., S.E., Principal Structural Engineer Glenn Gall, Supervisor, Building Standards Unit Nanci Timmins, Fire Marshal, Chief Fire Life Safety Officer California Healthcare Association May 9, 2017 1 Facilities Development Division Californias Building Department for Hospitals Plan Review and Field Performance Update 2 Apr-2017 Workload Summary/Performance
3 Plan Review Workload 95% 65% 35% 5% 4 No. of Reviews Year 2016 65% 35% 59 reviews/day 5
Project Plan Review Data Analysis 1st Qtr. 2017 57% of the Plan Reviews are completed w/in 21 days or less 91% of the PAD Reviews are completed w/in 21 days or less Or 36% of Office Plan Approval Reviews S=450 or 12.3% of All Projects 6 Number of Permits 4th Qtr. 2010 thru 1st Qtr. 2017 Statewide combined Office and Field Number of Permits Issued by Quarter 800 758 700
Quarter-Year Without SB 1838 Permits 7 Workload in Construction Values for projects in Construction - % Completion 63% 60% 28% 30% 9% 10.0% (1st Qtr. 2016 Numbers) 8 Number of SB 1838 Projects 1st Qtr. 2017
Statewide Number of SB 1838 EXEMPT Projects Approved by Quarter 140 120 117 115 107 113 91 Number of Permits 100 76 80 75
9 6 '1 tr tQ s 1 7 '1 2n tr dQ 7 '1 Workload in Construction Values for projects in
Pending Construction State By Region $0.9B Total = $12,975,458,555 $0.8B $0.9B $896,132,846 $0.7B $0.6B $0.5B $0.4B $0.3B $0.2B $0.2B $0.1B
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S R i eg on m Su 10 OSHPD Special Seismic Certification Preapproval (OSP) Overall OSP Review Status In-Review; 3.87% Remarked; 6.00%
Expired; 21.86% OSP Status Total 517 Approved 353 Expired 113 Remarked Approved; 68.28% In-Review Approved
Expired Remarked 31 20 In-Review 11 Expired OSPs on December 31, 2016 155 Expired OSPs on December 31, 2016 OSPs expired on December 31, 2016 can be used for all projects submitted prior to January 1, 2017 52 OSP renewal and 24 new OSPs approved since January 1, 2017 OSP review is still meeting 60/30/30 turn around goals 12 OSP Review Workload
In a Typical Year OSHPD receives 75 OSPs In 2016, OSHPD received 157 OSPs (more than double the typical) In 2017, OSHPD has already received 75 OSPs & is on pace to receive about 300 OSPs (about 4-times the typical) Currently there are 51 OSPs either in review at OSHPD or in correction with RDP 13 OSHPD Preapproval of Manufacturers Certification (OPM) Overall OPM Review Status OPM Status Total 35 15 31
Triage Return 15 In-Review 35 14 OPM Review Status 285 OPMs approved including 6-Distribution System OPMs (Mason, B-line/Tolco, Sausee, Erico & Anvil) Currently there are 81-OPMs either in review at OSHPD or in correction with RDP including 3-distribution system OPMs (ISAT, Unistrut/Power-Strut) OPM review is still meeting 80/40/40 turn around goals 15 Facilities Development Division
Californias Building Department for Hospitals Seismic Compliance Update Structural Performance Categories * Based on 2001 Hospital Survey Results based on hospital self-report and then state-of-the-art FEMA 178 standards from 1996 ** SPC-5 includes buildings currently under construction For SPC - "Not Assigned" is for non-building structures such as equipment yards, cooling towers etc that are still under construction Hospital Seismic Compliance to Date 1093 Buildings 83.2% < 3 years left 220 5/4/17 SPC -1 Buildings = 220 SPC-1 Buildings with Approved SB 90 Extensions
166 SPC-1 Buildings with only SB 1661/AB2557/SB81 Extensions 18 SPC-1 Buildings with only SB 306 Extensions 26 SPC-1 Buildings that currently have an extension 210 SPC-1 Buildings that do not have any extension beyond 2013* 10 Total 220
*No acute care services some of these building have removal-of-acute-care-services projects all have been sent a letter urging removing building from inventory. SPC-1 Buildings with Extensions beyond 1/1/2013 SPC-1 Buildings with expired SB 90 Extensions 16 SPC-1 Buildings with expired SB 1661 Extensions 18 SPC-1 Buildings that have expired extensions 34 SPC-1 Buildings with expired extensions that have occupancy/construction final -
Remaining* * 2 of 9 have active revisions in OSHPD/FDD for extending the SB90 extension. 2 are in process of getting Certificate of Occupancy. 25 9 Buildings Without Approved Extensions Condition applied to 12 buildings with no extensions, 18 expired SB1661 extensions, 4 expired SB90 extensions thus far. A letter was sent to all facilities where condition was applied. Nonstructural Performance Categories ***Includes buildings under construction, tunnels and equipment yards For NPC - "Not Assigned" are for buildings and nonbuilding structures either under construction or where the nonstructural performance category has not been verified Facilities Development Division Californias Building Department for Hospitals
Project Closure and Invoicing Projects Awaiting Final Cost Approval 24 Projects Awaiting Final Cost Approval The overall count of projects waiting for final client costs increased with the value up 8% by the end of April 25 Accounts Receivable The total number of invoices ending the month of April dropped by 91 The value of receivables fell only Slightly to $16M Invoices over 90 days old dropped, but the 60-90 days dropped Significantly In April
New invoices this month doubled Despite the reduced count 26 Invoice Reports https://www.oshpd.ca.gov/FDD/Forms/Keyplans/index.html https://www.oshpd.ca.gov/FDD/Forms/Keyplans/indexSNFs.html 27 Invoice Reports 28 Facilities Development Division Californias Building Department for Hospitals eServices eRAD
30 eRAD The Resolution of Approved Documents (RAD) process is an escalation path for OSHPD Field or Office Staff to resolve seeming errors and omissions on the approved construction documents prior to directing changes to the approved documents. 31 Functional Program - Pharmacy Hospitals that perform sterile compounding must meet new regulatory requirements from the California State Board of Pharmacy. Beyond updating processes and procedures, hospitals will be required to improve or reconfigure facilities for ventilation, install new equipment for sterility and ensure employee protections.
This process is new and requires collaboration, coordination and a focused approach for successful implementation. CHA has gathered representatives from three California government entities Board of Pharmacy, Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) Facilities Development Division, and Department of Public Health Licensing and Certification Program to share insights crucial to compliant implementation of the sterile compounding regulations. 32 Functional Program - Pharmacy Each pharmacy project that involves sterile compounding requires a Functional Program to be included with the project submittal in accordance with California Administrative Code 7-119. The Functional Program will automatically be delivered to CDPH for their review and input using an Ad Hoc Task in eSP. When the Ad Hoc Task is created,
CDPH receives an email notification with a hyperlink to the Functional Program that can be downloaded and reviewed. 33 IOR Workload Report Expedited Building Permits have been added to the IOR Individual Workload Report to better reflect all of the work an IOR is responsible for. 34 Plan Submittal Reminder With the code cycle change this year there were many clients who submitted an application for a new project but never submitted or uploaded construction document
essentially trying to lock-in the 2013 CBSC code. CBC Section 105.3 requires construction documents to be submitted at the same time the application is submitted. There are currently 401 open records, some dating back 4 years. A concerted effort is underway to close all of these records due to inactivity. 35 Plan Submittal Reminder A new Code Application Notice or Policy Intent Notice will be developed to address this problem. In the mean time, a notice has been added to the validation message automatically generated when a new application is successfully submitted through eSP.
36 ACD Initiated By In an effort to better understand the number of ACDs submitted on projects, a new field has been added to the application to capture the reason the ACD was initiated. This information will also be used to develop future training programs. 37 Document Upload Confirmation Many clients have requested an email notification confirming the upload of documents to eSP. Within the next few weeks this feature will be added to eSP. 38 eCPR Auto Codes
e 39 eCPR A new record type is being added to the various amendments that may be made to a project (such as ACD, DSI, BP, etc.). The new record type will be for formal appeals to OSHPD using the Comment and Process Review currently codified in CAC Section 7-161. 40 eCPR Any person associated with the project will be able to create the eCPR. Upon successful completion of the application, the CPR will be automatically routed to the correct reviewer or field staff. The time limitations specified in CAC 7-161 will be tracked; if the first level reviewer does not reply within 10 calendar
days, the CPR is automatically escalated to the Supervisor or RCO. 41 eCPR Acceptance or denial of the appeal is documented with an email and a formal letter which will include the reason for any denial. If the appellant wishes to escalate to the next level, a hyperlink is provided in the letter which will be automatically addressed to the appropriate next-level individual. 42 Facilities Development Division Californias Building Department for Hospitals Upcoming Educational Opportunities Webinars New Pharmacy Standards/Regulations
CHA Sponsored, including Board of Pharmacy, CDPH, and FDD 2016 California Building Standards Code In conjunction with the HBSB 1:30 3:30 pm Fire/life Safety May 1 Administrative Regulations and Architectural, Mechanical and Electrical May 15 Structural May 22 44 AB 1732 - Chapter 818, Statutes of 2016
Signage - OSHPD FREER Manual * *Revised 02/01/2017 DSA Bulletin - All Gender Toilet Facilities Requirements (AB 1732) https://www.documents.dgs.ca.gov/dsa/bulletins/BU_17-01.pdf Advisory Guide for Sterile Compounding Purpose: The California State Board of Pharmacy (BoP) has changed its regulations to ensure they reflect changes in current law, as a result of SB 294. BoP regulations are now aligned with compounding standards of the United States Pharmacopeia USP <797> Pharmaceutical Compounding Sterile Preparations, and USP <800> Hazardous Drugs Handling in Healthcare Settings. Specifically, the BoP has recently revised Title 16: 1735 Compounding in Licensed Pharmacies 1751 Sterile Compounding
California State Board of Pharmacy regulations became enforceable as of January 1, 2017, whereas USP <800> regulations will become effective on July 1, 2018. Advisory Guide for Sterile Compounding Joint effort of: California Department of Public Health (CDPH) California State Board of Pharmacy (BoP) Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) Issuance Date April 25, 2017 Contents: Purpose & History Submittal Requirements Definitions Architectural, Mechanical & Electrical Requirements Code References 49
Advisory Guide for Sterile Compounding Sterile Compounding Environments: Non-Hazardous Sterile Compounding environment requirements create an appropriate environment for mixing injectable solutions that present no hazard to the compounding technician/pharmacy staff. Hazardous Sterile Compounding environment requirements create an appropriate sterile environment for mixing injectable solutions that do present a health hazard to the compounding technician/pharmacy staff, and must also limit outside environmental exposure to adjoining rooms and all ventilation discharge locations. Chemotherapy medications, for example, would be compounded in this environment. Essential Design Elements: Primary Engineering Control (PEC) The compounding workstation hood. (Typically ISO Class 5) Secondary Engineering Control (SEC) The cleanroom/buffer room where the hood is located. (Typically ISO Class 7) Ante Room The room leading to the cleanroom/buffer room. (Typically ISO Class 7 or 8) Advisory Guide for Sterile Compounding
PEC SEC Miscellaneous Equipment Ante Room Scrub Sink Air Pressure Relationships Sample Diagram Facilities Development Division Californias Building Department for Hospitals Other Stuff HBSB Stuff NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING HOSPITAL BUILDING SAFETY BOARD Administrative Processes, Code Changes, and Standard Details Committee and Energy Conservation and Management Committee
JOINT MEETING HBSB Stuff FDDs Top 3 Objectives for 2017 1. Expand Electronic Plan Review 2. Reevaluate FDDs Plan Review Performance Goals 3. Develop an IOR Trainee/Apprentice Program 55 In Case You Havent Heard FDDs Projected Move Dates = June 23 - 25 57
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