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Presented by,
M.Thirumoorthy MBA
Introduction
• Developed by the Japanese
• Housekeeping System
• Helps Create a Better Working
Environment and a Consisten...
THE 5S PRINCIPLES
• SEIRI – Sort out
• SEITON – Systemize
• SEISO – Shining
• SEIKETSU – Standardize
• SHITSUKE - Sustain
ORGANISATION(SEIRI)
• Decide what you need
• Remove unnecessary clutter
• All tools, gauges, materials, classified
and the...
ORDERLINESS(SEITON)
• Once you have eliminated all the un needed
item
• Now turn to the left over items
• Set everything i...
CLEAN (SEISO)
• Create a spotless workplace
• Identify and eliminate causes of remove the
need to clean
• Sweep, dust, pol...
STANDARDISE(SEIKETSU)
• Generate a maintenance system for the first
three
• Develop procedures, schedules, practices
• Con...
DISCIPLINE (SHITSUKE)
• Means inoculate courtesy & good habits
• Make it a way of life
• Part of health and safety
• Invol...
ADVANTAGES OF 5S
• Health and Safety is ensured
• Machine maintenance
• Quality
• Productivity
• Lean Manufacturing
• Time...
Cond…
• Quick Retrievel
• Accidents & mistakes minimised
• Increase space
• Creates workplace ownership
• Company image im...
Before
After
Before
After
Activity
The number game
Arrange the numbers 1 to 49
10
13
23
27
30
47
51
58
62
79
40
1
2
3
10
13
23
27
30
47
40
1
• 6
10
13
23
27
30
47
40
1
4
Numbers from 1 to 49
10
13
23 27 30
47
40
5s analisis in thiru
5s analisis in thiru
5s analisis in thiru
5s analisis in thiru
5s analisis in thiru
5s analisis in thiru
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  1. 1. Presented by, M.Thirumoorthy MBA
  2. 2. Introduction • Developed by the Japanese • Housekeeping System • Helps Create a Better Working Environment and a Consistently High Quality Process
  3. 3. THE 5S PRINCIPLES • SEIRI – Sort out • SEITON – Systemize • SEISO – Shining • SEIKETSU – Standardize • SHITSUKE - Sustain
  4. 4. ORGANISATION(SEIRI) • Decide what you need • Remove unnecessary clutter • All tools, gauges, materials, classified and then stored • Remove items which are broken, unusable or only occasionally used
  5. 5. ORDERLINESS(SEITON) • Once you have eliminated all the un needed item • Now turn to the left over items • Set everything in proper place for quick retrieval and storage • Arrange tools, parts, and instructions in such a way that the most frequently used items are the easiest and quickest to locate
  6. 6. CLEAN (SEISO) • Create a spotless workplace • Identify and eliminate causes of remove the need to clean • Sweep, dust, polish and paint • Maintaining cleanliness should be part of the daily work
  7. 7. STANDARDISE(SEIKETSU) • Generate a maintenance system for the first three • Develop procedures, schedules, practices • Continue to assess the use and disposal of items • Real challenge is to keep it clean • Develop procedures, schedules, practices.
  8. 8. DISCIPLINE (SHITSUKE) • Means inoculate courtesy & good habits • Make it a way of life • Part of health and safety • Involve the whole workforce • Develop and keep good habits • Maintain and review standards. Once the previous 4 S's have been established, they become the new way to operate.
  9. 9. ADVANTAGES OF 5S • Health and Safety is ensured • Machine maintenance • Quality • Productivity • Lean Manufacturing • Time saving
  10. 10. Cond… • Quick Retrievel • Accidents & mistakes minimised • Increase space • Creates workplace ownership • Company image improves
  11. 11. Before
  12. 12. After
  13. 13. Before
  14. 14. After
  15. 15. Activity The number game
  16. 16. Arrange the numbers 1 to 49
  17. 17. 10 13 23 27 30 47 51 58 62 79 40 1 2 3
  18. 18. 10 13 23 27 30 47 40 1 • 6
  19. 19. 10 13 23 27 30 47 40 1 4
  20. 20. Numbers from 1 to 49 10 13 23 27 30 47 40
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