How to implement 5S - Japanese technique presentation by netpeckers management academy

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How to implement 5S - Japanese technique presentation by netpeckers management academy

  1. 1. 5S5S-- 5 PILLARS OF5 PILLARS OF VISUAL WORK PLACEVISUAL WORK PLACE 1 VISUAL WORK PLACEVISUAL WORK PLACE
  2. 2. 5S5S-- 5 PILLARS OF VISUAL WORK5 PILLARS OF VISUAL WORK PLACEPLACE THE FIRST PILLER: Seiri means -ORGANISATION --THE RED-TAG STRATEGY THE SECOND PILLAR: Seiton means- ORDERLINESS --THE SIGN BOARD STRATEGY 2 --THE SIGN BOARD STRATEGY THE THIRD PILLAR : Seiso means-CLEANLINESS THE FOURTH PILLAR :Seiketsu means- STANDARISED CLEANUP THE FIFTH PILLAR : Shitsuke means-DISCIPLINE
  3. 3. WHY ARE THE 5S NECESSARY? Changing business environment ---competition is growing harsher every year. ---demands more sophisticated products at lower cost. 3 OBSTACLES: Old beliefs, Old concepts, Old customs and Old habits ARE DEEP ROOTED AND NOT EASY TO UPROOT OR REPLACE
  4. 4. Old Belief House Keeping should be done by Housewives at home, and by Cleaners and Sweepers at work. 4 Why must we implement the 5S’s? We do not understand why 5S’s are necessary?
  5. 5. They contribute to FAT in the companies. Every ounce of this FAT is pure waste 5S’s IMPLEMENTATION REDUCES THE FAT 5 5S’s IMPLEMENTATION REDUCES THE FAT (WASTE) SIGNIFICANTLY AND IMPROVES THE CORPORATE HEALTH.
  6. 6. Waste arising from unneeded desk supplies (too many pens, pencils, erasers, etc.) Waste arising from unneeded allocation of space and equipment. Wasteful motion in searching, side-stepping, etc. 6 Wasteful motion in searching, side-stepping, etc. Non-value added actions-picking up, putting down, counting, etc Waste arising from Errors and Defects upsetting the deliveries Work is more efficient in waste-free office
  7. 7. 5 S Similar to taking Bath. Why we take Bath everyday? People practice 5S in their personal lives without 7 People practice 5S in their personal lives without even noticing it. Daily routine of Bathing, Dental care and so on are personal hygiene type of 5S implementation in daily life.
  8. 8. CASE STUDIES 8 CASE STUDIES
  9. 9. 9 Pallet Shortage Received request to order more Pallets A. Identified 300 Red-Tag. B. 300 Pallet shortage was converted into 300 pallet surplus. C. One third of inventory was eliminated
  10. 10. Inventory that time forgot Red-Tag strategy revealed some parts inventory in the ware house that had set for 20 years, without anyone noticing it. Window-less Wall First darkness was created by closing the window with empty boxes and then extra Fluorescent Lamps were installed to overcome the darkness 10 installed to overcome the darkness The Rowboat Factory Filth generated during manufacturing in the Die-Cast Factory was neither prevented nor cleaned periodically. Boots were sanctioned to the people to walk around the place more easily .Boot clad workers might let conditions slide until the water get knee-high and may ask for Rowboats.
  11. 11. Using a wide room The need for two extra floor to accommodate office staff evaporated with the implementation of Red-Tag strategy (Removal of unwanted items). A Tale of Needless Suffering Assistants have to put useless overtime efforts for the 11 misplaced report. When Reference Material Becomes Immaterial Reports no longer needed continue to be generated and distributed.
  12. 12. RESISTANCE TO THE 5S’S What’s so great about Organization and Orderliness? Why should I, the President, Be 5S Chairman? 12 Chairman? Why clean when it just gets dirty again? Implementing O & O will not boost output.
  13. 13. My Filing System is in a Mess – but I know my way 5S’s and Related Improvements are Just for the Factory. We’re Too Busy to Spend Time on O and O 13 Who Are They to Tell Me What to do? We Don’t Need the 5S’s– We’re Making Enough Money, So Just Let Us Do Our work.
  14. 14. These types of resistance occur at every factory and at every office in the early stages of 5S implementation. If we ignore such resistance and force the 5S implementation, the result will be nothing more 14 implementation, the result will be nothing more than superficial improvements. We must get everyone to truly understand how necessary the 5S’s are while incorporating 5S implementation into ongoing improvement activities.
  15. 15. BENEFITS: A neat and clean factory or office will have higher output (productivity). A neat and clean factory or office will produce fewer defects/ mistakes 15 defects/ mistakes A neat and clean factory or office will meet deadlines better. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE 5S’S BRINGS MANY DIRECT & INDIRECT BENEFITS.
  16. 16. Benefits From Six Zero’s 1. Zero Changeover Time from one Job to another Bring Operations Diversification 2. Zero Defects / Errors Bring Higher Quality 3. Zero Waste Brings Lower Costs 16 4. Zero Delays Bring Reliable Deliveries 5. Zero Complaints Bring Greater Confidence & Trust 6. Zero Red Ink (Zero unwanted items at work place) Brings Corporate Growth
  17. 17. 5S Introduction Steps 33
  18. 18. Step 1: ESTABLISHING THE 5S PROMOTION ORGANIZATION 5S Promotion Organization Chairman: MD 5S Council 34 5S Leader: Head Admin. 5S Patrol Team 5S Team 5S Team 5S Council
  19. 19. Step 6: EVALUATION AND FOLLOW- UP 5S conditions are like a stretched rubber-band. Once released, it return to its original shape. 5S will collapse or broken down due to lack of evaluation and follow up. 35 5S evaluation can be conducted by 5S patrols during routine inspection. External evaluations are also important Strongest force in maintaining 5S conditions is discipline (the fifth pillar). It prevents 5S breakdowns.

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