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  • 1. 5 S Presented by Rakhi Rajput
  • 2. What is 5 S ?
    • A team based activity where everyone works together to improve the conditions in a specific area.
    • Work Place Organization and Productivity Improvement Tool.
    • Also known as the “5 pillars of visual workplace”
  • 3. Introduction to 5 S
    • What is 5 S ?
    • 1. Sort Clear Out S eiri
    • 2. Set in Order Organize S eiton
    • 3. Shine Clean S eiso
    • 4. Standardize Cleanup S eiketsu
    • 5. Sustain Discipline S hitsuke
  • 4. Why 5 S ?
    • A clean and well organized workplace provides a foundation for:
    • a) Good company image bringing more business
    • b) Improving employees’ morale by removing frustration
      • c) Improving Quality
      • d) Eliminating waste
      • e) A safer work place
    • f) Cost reduction
    • g) Better efficiency by reducing machine breakdowns.
  • 5. Sort (The First Pillar)
    • This activity involves systematic sorting out, labeling and removal of all items not needed in the work area so that only the needed items remain .
    • Objective: Clutter reduction by clearly distinguishing between what is needed and to be kept and what is unneeded and to be discarded.
  • 6. Set in Order ( The Second Pillar)
    • This activity involves developing a place for everything and labeling it so that it can be found quickly and put away when not in use.
    • Objective: To ensure e verything has a place, and there is a place for everything needed .
  • 7. 5S Examples - Sort, Set in Order See the difference? 1. Sort - All unneeded tools, parts and supplies are removed from the area 2. Set in Order - A place for everything and everything is in its place
  • 8. Shine ( The Third Pillar)
    • This activity involves cleaning the work place. While cleaning you observe for early signs of troubles on the equipment before these turn into major breakdowns or defects.
    • Objective: A clean work place where by using the senses you detect possible problems before they happen.
  • 9. 5S Examples - Shine 3. Shine - The area is cleaned as the work is performed (best) andor there is a routine to keep the work area clean.
  • 10. Standardize ( The Fourth Pillar)
    • This activity involves making a standardized state that exists when the first three pillars are properly maintained.
    • Objective: Make sure that there is a standardized method to do first 3 pillars.
  • 11. Sustain ( The Fifth Pillar)
    • This activity involves sustaining the 5 S activities on a continuous basis. After a year and more everyone needs to still be doing 5 S activities.
    • Objective: Make a commitment to the 5S process for now and the future .
  • 12. First the Bad and the Ugly - Life Without 5S
  • 13. The Good
  • 14. Review
    • What is 5 S ?
    • Sort Clear Out
    • Set in Order Organize
    • Shine Clean
    • Standardize Standardized Cleanup
    • Sustain Discipline
  • 15. Thank you!