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TQM - 5' S - FINAL YEAR ECE - SRI SAIRAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, CHENNAI - Dr.K.BARANIDHARAN

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  • 1. Dr.K.Baranidharan Present by…
  • 2. 5’ S
  • 3. 5S 4 Source: Takashi Osada “The 5S’s: Five Keys to a Total Quality Environment” APO
  • 4. 5S 5 What is 5S ?
  • 5. 5S 6 1. Sei-ri (Organization) 2. Sei-ton (Neatness) 3. Sei-so (Cleaning) 4. Sei-ke-tsu (Standardization) 5. Shi-tsu-ke (Self-discipline) 5S ONCSS 5S stands for 5 initials of the following Japanese words: 1
  • 6. 5S 7 5 Steps for improvement KAIZEN International 5S
  • 7. 5S 8 Sei-ri 1 Seiri
  • 8. 5S 9 Dictionary definition: To put things in order (or organize them) according to a specific rule or principle. Industrial definition: To distinguish between necessary things and unnecessary things, and getting rid of what you do not need. Seiri = Organization 1
  • 9. 5S 10 Why is my desk getting messy?
  • 10. 5S 11 Solution The Japan HR Association
  • 11. 5S 12 Red tag movement
  • 12. 5S 13 At the beginning of each month, put a red tag on every item. During the month, remove the red tag when item is used. At the end of the month, decide whether the item with the tag is necessary or not. Red tag movement 2
  • 13. 5S 14 Wooden Pallet
  • 14. 5S 15 1. Classification management (Necessary & unnecessary things) 2. Red tag movement For unnecessary things, find their true causes. Key Words: 1
  • 15. 5S 16 1. Eliminate defects and breakage 2. Organize the warehouse Before After T. Sugiyama “The 5S Approach to Improvement” PHP, 1995 Typical Seiri Activities 1
  • 16. 5S 17 Sei-ri Sei-ton Sei-ton 2 Seiri Seiton
  • 17. 5S 18 Dictionary definition: Establishing a neat layout so that you can always get just as much of what you need when you need it. Industrial definition: It is a way of eliminating search. Seiton = Neatness 1
  • 18. 5S 19 Question How long is your patience? 5 minutes? 2 minutes?? or 5 seconds??? When you ask someone to bring a hammer, how long can you wait without getting mad?
  • 19. 5S 20 The Japan HR Association 30 Second Rule 1
  • 20. 5S 21 1.Design an efficient layout. (Functional storage) 2.Eliminate search (Less search) Everything should have a name. (A place for everything and everything in its place) Reserved seats Key Words: 1
  • 21. 5S 22 1. Stripes on files 2. First in, first out 3. Easy to read notices Before After Typical Seiton Activities 1 T. Sugiyama “The 5S Approach to Improvement” PHP, 1995
  • 22. 5S 23 Posters of Seiri Malaysia, AOTS Oman
  • 23. 5S 24 Malaysia, AOTS Oman Posters of Seiton
  • 24. 5S 25 Sei-ri Sei-ton Sei-soSei-ton 3 Seiri Seiton Seiso
  • 25. 5S 26 Definition: Eliminating trash, filth, and foreign matters for a cleaner workplace. Cleaning as a form of inspection. Seiso = Cleaning
  • 26. 5S 27 Keep things clean (Caring attitude) + Inspection Key Words: 1
  • 27. 5S 28 Sanitation engineers Laundry Dry cleaner Janitor Garbage collector Pollution control operator Clean-room designer One-third (1/3) or one-fourth (1/4) of the total investment amount is used for cleanliness. Cleanliness is a big business today. 1
  • 28. 5S 29 1. Quick 5S drill 2. Sparkling clean campaign 3. Everybody is a janitor Marugoto 5S Tenkai Daijiten, Nikkan-kogyo Shinbun, 1992 Broom Mop Dust pan Typical Seiso Activities
  • 29. 5S 30 Sei-ke-tsu
  • 30. 5S 31 Sei-ri Sei-ton Sei-so Sei-ke-tsu Seiri Seiton Seiso Seiketsu Sei-tonSei-ke-tsu 4
  • 31. 5S 32 Definition: Keeping things organized, neat, and clean, even in personal and environment aspects. Seiketsu = Standardization SEIRI SEITON SEISO 1
  • 32. 5S 33 Problem is something like ----. What is “Problem” ?
  • 33. 5S 34 Benjamin B. Tregoe “The New Rational Manager” Princeton Research Press, Shin- kanrisha no Handanryoku (Japanese Edition), 1985 Ideal State Current State GAP Charles H. Kepner
  • 34. 5S 35 1. Define an ideal state 2. Standardize the solution (5S standardization) Documentation (ISO 9000) Key Words: 1
  • 35. 5S 36 Kathmandu, NEPAL
  • 36. 5S 37 Streets in Kathmandu
  • 37. 5S 38 1. Make quality manual 2. Directional markings 3. Color-coded pipes Before After T. Sugiyama “The 5S Approach to Improvement” PHP, 1995 Typical Seiketsu Activities 1
  • 38. 5S 39 Sei-ri Sei-ton Sei-so Sei-ke-tsu Shi-tsu-ke 5 Sei-tonSei-ke-tsu Seiri Seiton Seiso Seiketsu Shitsuke Shi-tsu-ke
  • 39. 5S 40 Definition: Doing the right things as a matter of course. Shitsuke = Self-discipline
  • 40. 5S 41 ATA Boiler Company (at a suburb of Rio de Janeiro)
  • 41. 5S 42 The Japan HR Association Morning exercise
  • 42. 5S 43 1. Habit formation (Make it a habit) 2. Create a disciplined workplace Key Words: 1
  • 43. 5S 44 1. Wear your safety shoes 2. Exercise time 3. No smoking at workplace Typical Shitsuke Activities
  • 44. 5S 45 5S in Colombo
  • 45. 5S 46 Nepal Thailand Posters of 5S
  • 46. 5S 47 Why not start 5S today? Contents
  • 47. Dr.K.Baranidharan THANK YOU