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HOW TO IMPLEMENT 5’S IN THE WORKPLACE

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Elements of 5S
Standardizing and Sustaining the 5S Program
What is 5’S & its Particular Applications
STARTING 5S AUDIT
Start your audit by checking items listed on the previous audit if they have been completed ( and can be crossed off or not )

Do your audit on a regular basis

Walk through the area being audited, looking for the items outlined on the audit checklist
HOW TO IMPLEMENT 5’S IN THE WORKPLACE
WHAT IS 5S ?
COMPONENTS OF 5S
“ A place for everything and everything in its place.”
COURSE OUTLINE :
A systematize way to maintain an orderly, clean and pleasant work surroundings.
SEIRI ( SORT )
MOTTO: “Anything I don’t need, I will not keep”
Removed unnecessary things in your workplace (SURIIN)


SORT: Workstation
Before Sort...
After Sort...
RED TAG STRATEGY
A method for identifying potentially unneeded items in the factory or warehouse

Used to identify items removed from the work area for evaluation
SEITON ( SYSTEMATIZE )
Motto:
“Everything has a place, everything in its place”
To place in an orderly way all the secluded items in their proper places (SINUPIN)
 

“Easy to See, Easy to Take , Easy to Return”
Straighten: Maintenance Supplies
Straighten: Cleaning Supplies
Straighten: Common Tooling Storage
SEISO (SWEEP,SHINE )
Clean the area (SIMUTIN)

Keeping the workplace clean as well as neat
MOTTO : “ Clean as you go “
Shine: Clean Walls, Floors, Ceilings
Shine: Covers Prevent Dust
SEIKETSU ( STANDARDIZE )
To sanitize and standardize sanitation

To ensure cleanliness (SIGURUHIN )

refers to standardized work practices
SHITSUKE
( SELF –DISCIPLINE )
To sustain and have self-discipline ( SARILING KUSA )


Ensure the orderliness and cleanliness of working area


Initiate action in taking care of your personal belongings and properties of the company
BENEFITS OF SHITSUKE


Finding things becomes very easy

Clear communication, especially on signs that show where tools are stored
Clear communication on bulletin board and in libraries, since out of date materials are discarded or filed way

Quicker to find needed tools or materials


Quicker to move materials around the shop

Lower concentrations of airborne contaminants (dust)

The 6thS – SAFETY ( ANZEN )
To eliminate hazards and maintain a safe workplace

Enables people to get involved in improving their own work settings


PDCA CYCLE
HOW TO DO THE PDCA CYCLE
Seiri – Sort is applied

without a well- planned project, so much time, money and effort are wasted for correcting mistakes
Plan (P)
Do (D)
Actualizing the plan

Seiton- Systematize takes care of the effective techniques in accomplishing aspired outcome
Check (C)
checking is the task of monitoring the plan

involves analyzing and evaluating loopholes and errors in the area

the practice of seiso-sweep is applied (checking is equal to cleaning)
Act (A)
corrective actions from the previous stage are carried out here

by applying Seiketsu- Standardize, the best ways of doing work are undertaken to prevent
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT IN 5S
Do again the PDCA Cycle

Look for areas where improvement may

still be possible
RATING 5S AUDIT
Set the rates as agreed by the committee

Rates may range from 0 to 1, 0 to 4, etc., as agreed by committee members

Rates may also range from excellent to poor

Criteria may be set also by the committee members
MAKING THE PROPOSAL FOR 5S IMPLEMENTATION
present the main objectives of the program

identify the target areas

list down the activities that shall be undertaken
a. kick-off activity
b. orientation of members
c. regular meetings
d. audit
e. rewarding best 5s employees
f. regular review of program (applying PDCA)

Budget:
a. cabinets, supply organizers
b. office supplies
c. archives room
d. pallets/racks
e. signage/labels

timeline- start date- end date

First the Bad and the Ugly - Life Without 5S
In the Office
Do not place anything under your desk.

Dispose of unnecessary things from your drawers.

Arrange items in your drawers for easy retrieval.

Do not pile up documents on your desk.



Wipe your table every morning.

Don’t leave unnecessary things on your desk when you go home. (2)

Clean telephone body and dial regularly with detergent.



Set telephone wires neatly around the desk.

Place telephone at a most convenient location for easy use.

Each cabinet must be properly labeled indicating its contents.



Provide partitions in cabinet drawers for small items.

Label each file for easy retrieval.

Don’t place anything other than specified items on top of cabinets.
Seiton
Seiri
Seiton
Seiton
Seiso
Seiton/Seiri
Seiso
Seiton
Seiton
Seiton
Seiton
Seiton
Seiton
In the Office: (Office Machines)
Clean computers, copying machines, etc. regularly with appropriate detergents.

Set electric wiring neatly for safety and good appearance. (2)



Reset office machines for ready use by the next person.

Place bond papers neatly at designated locations by type and size.



Inspect machines regularly and take action for required servicing.

Color-coding of folders.

Seiso
Seiton/Shitsuke
Shitsuke
Seiton
Shitsuke
Seiketsu
Boards/Conference Rooms
Clean blackboards/whiteboards completely after each use.(2)

Check chalks or markers for replenishment.



Remove and discard outdated notices or posters and boards.

Clean erasers from time to time for good function. (2)
Seiso/Shitsuke
Seiri
Seiri
Seiso/Shitsuke
For Production Machines
Regularly clean and grease machines.

Check if machine is in good working condition.

Set a regular maintenance schedule and conduct an overall inspection.
Shitsuke
Shitsuke
Shitsuke
At Production Area
Clean your worktable before starting to work.

Sanitize the table, using right concentration before and after use. (2)



Fix your worktable in case of damage.

Return all utensils/tools used to their proper places before leaving workplace. (2)
Seiso
Seiketsu/Shitsuke
Shitsuke
Seiton/Shitsuke
For the Warehouse
Dispose unnecessary items regularly (2)

Label all inventory items for easy retrieval.

Don’t place items directly on the floor place them on pallets or racks.
Seiri/Shitsuke
Seiton
Seiton
BEFORE
AFTER
BEFORE
AFTER
5S IN YOUR OFFICE
BEFORE
AFTER
BEFORE
AFTER
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