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PPT 5S Presentation

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Mark Mancilla

on 13 September 2013

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Transcript of PPT 5S Presentation

The 5S Journey
Creating a Safe, Clean, Organized and Efficient Workplace

The 5 S's
The 5 S's
Set in Order
The 5 S's
The 5 S's
The 5 S's
What is 5S?
5S is a systematic approach to cleaning, organizing, and maintaining a work area.
It was originated by Toyota, and is a foundation of the Toyota Production System.
It stands on the premise that a
clean and highly organized
work area is a safe and efficient work area, with little waste.
The process of classifying items as Necessary or Unnecessary and removing all un-needed items from work area.

The process of arranging your workplace in a logical way so that all necessary items are labeled and placed in a location that will minimize wasted motion.

The act of thoroughly cleaning and enhancing the appearance of the workplace. This can be done by sweeping & dusting, deep cleaning, painting where necessary and improving lighting.

The creation of guidelines & processes to maintain the first 3 S’s and make the standards visual and obvious.
Prevents the work area from going back to its original, unclean, and unorganized state.
Everyone knows the level of expectation for their given work area.
To make a habit of properly maintaining correct systems and procedures through involvement of people and the integration of a performance measurement system.
Time - Ensure enough time to complete 5S activities.
Commitment - Top down commitment to 5S and visual workplace.
Continuous Improvement - always look to make improvements to work area.
5S - "A Place for Everything and Everything has its Place"
PPT Floor Marking Standards
Yellow: Aisleways, traffic lanes

White: Equipment, work cells

Blue: Tool/fixture locations on tables, desks and floors

Green: Raw materials, work in process storage

Red/White striped: Areas to be kept clear for safety compliance - electrical panels, fire fighting equipment, safety equipment

Yellow/Black Striped: Areas that may expose employees to special physical or health hazards. Extra caution should be exercised when entering work area
Red Tag Area
The 5 S's
Set in Order
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