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5 S

 
5S
 

5S is a systematized approach to Organize work areas, keep rules and standards and maintain the discipline needed to do a good job.

ADVANTAGES OF “5 S”

 

1. Nice to work in a clean, beautiful, organized workplace

2. Time taken to reach things minimized

3. Lesser time wasted in material handling

4. Problems detected fast

5. Machine /Production Down-Time reduced

6. Lower Cost of Production

7. More Usable Space

8. Better Preventive Maintenance

9. Higher Employee Involvement

10. Reduction in Errors/Defects due to Standardized procedures

11. Consistent and better Quality Product

12. Higher Productivity

13. Lesser Accidents

14. Higher Employee Morale

15. More time for Improvement Activities

 
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Importance of 5S:

 
5S
 
ISO 5S
 
1S SEIRI (SORT)
1S

Is an ACTION to identify and eliminate All unnecessary items From your workplace

 

SORTING POLICIES

  • Eliminating obstacles to make work easy
  • Eliminate the need to take care of unnecessary items
  • Provide no chance of being disturbed with Unnecessary items
  • Prevent accumulation of unnecessary items
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    SORTING PRACTICES
     
  • Apply Stratification Management / Sorting and evaluation criteria
  • Use disposal tags or Red tags
  • Designate storage area
  • Define disposal procedure Prepare a Material List
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    2S SEITON (SYSTEMATIZED)

    2S

    Is an action to put every necessary items in good order  

     

    SYSTEMATIZE PRACTICES

  • Place goods in wider frontage along passages
  • Store goods for first-in-first-out retrieval
  • Label items and their location systematically
  • Separate tools from common ones
  • Put frequently used items nearer
  • “Only feet on the floor” 
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    3S SEISO (SWEEP)

     
    3S
    Is also an ACTION to clean your work- place thoroughly
     
    SWEEP POLICIES

    Do not wait until things get dirty. Clean your workplace, including machines and equipment, tools and furniture regularly so that they do not have achance to get dirty.

     
    SWEEP PROCEDURES
    SWEEP PROCEDURES
  • Remove dusts and cobwebs from walls
  • Paint walls and ceilings with bright colors
  • Prepare cleaning schedules and assign a person responsible for equipment and    maintenance of an area or storage
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    4S SEIKETSU (SANITIZE)

     
    4S SEIKETSU (SANITIZE)

    Is a CONDITION where high standard of good housekeeping is maintained so that there is no dust and rust anywhere

     

    SANITIZE PRACTICES

  • Color coding
  • Fool-proofing
  • Responsibility labels
  • Wire management
  • Inspection marks
  • Prevention of dusts, dirt, noise and vibration
  • “I-can-do-it-blindfolded”
  • One-point-lessons
  • Visual controls signs
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    5S SHITSUKE (SELF-DISCIPLINE)
     
    5S
     

    Is a CONDITION where all members practice the 4S’s spontaneously and willingly as a way of life, - a culture.

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