CHAPTER 2 (5S PRINCIPLE ( Sort/Segregate
Keep what is needed and remove …
Keep what is needed and remove
everything else from the work area.
Arrange and use methods analysis tool to
improve work flow and reduced wasted motion.
Label and display for easy use only what is needed
in the immediate work area.
Clean daily ; eliminate all forms of dirt, contamination and clutter from the work area.
Standardize equipment and tooling so that cross-training time and cost are reduced
Review periodically to recognize efforts and to motivate to sustain progress
Reduce variability, unplanned downtime and costs. Integrate daily shine tasks with preventive maintenance.
Waste is anything other than the MINIMUM amount of people, time, equipment, material, parts, and space required to ADD VALUE to the product.
Types of Waste
- Waiting time
- Underutilized Human
What are the 5S???
Keys to workplace organization,
housekeeping, visual management.
Simple and produces:
- Increase quality
- Increase productivity
- Cleaner workplace, safer workplace
- Earlier identify of abnormal business situation
Efficient, sustainable production
minimizes input and maximize output
develop 5S teams
- R1. Leaders must lead. Everyone involved.
- R2. Everyone must be trained in 5S
- The “Islands of Excellence”
Using the Grading
or Recognition Teams.
Establish plant wide discipline
& org baseline that supports
all improvement activities
Improve safety & pride
in the work place. Improve
quality and productivity.
“Islands of Excellence”,
World Class Enterprise.
LACK OF 5S
- Hides safety problem
- Creates waste
- Limits a company’s ability
to satisfy their customers.
- Improve Visuals
- Brainstorm better visuals
- Photograph completed area
- Create a “to do” list
- Conduct final 5S Audit using scorecard
- Assign ownership of completed area
- Eliminates excess equipment & inventory
- Reduced absenteeism
- Fewer equipment breakdowns & longer life
- Better understanding of equipment conditions
- Fewer defects and higher quality
- Defects are made obvious
- Efficient and effective organization
- Improves production schedules
- Motion and waste reductions
- Saves time, cost, and makes workplace easier