5S

Background:

5S is included within the Kaizen system of running a business. 5S is a method/Japanese concept for organizing a workplace, especially a shared workplace (like a shop floor or an office space). It focuses on having visual order, organization, cleanliness and standardization. This builds a clear understanding among employees of how work should be done. It also instills ownership of the process in each employee. The key targets of 5S are workplace morale and efficiency.

Duration

1 Days

Content

  •   What is 5S
  •   Elements of 5S – concepts, steps to be followed, practical examples & benefits
    •   Seiri – Sorting
    •   Seiton – Systematic arrangement
    •   Seiso – Shine or Cleaning
    •   Seiketsu – Standardizing
    •   Shitsuke – Sustaining or Self disciplining
  •   Advantages of 5S

Benefits

  •   Zero changeovers bring product diversifications.
  •   Zero defects bring higher quality.
  •   Zero waste brings lower costs.
  •   Zero delays bring reliable deliveries.
  •   Zero injuries promote safety.
  •   Zero breakdowns bring better equipment availability.
  •   Zero complaints bring greater confidence and trust.
  •   Zero Red ink brings corporate growth.

Who should attend?

  •   Quality personnel
  •   Production Supervisors
  •   Operators