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  • 1. 15S Workshop What is a 6S Program? “A structured approach to work place management, that will deliver a safe, clean & organised environment”
  • 2. 2 WHAT IS 6S?  Originated in the Japanese Automotive Industry as 5S.  A systematic approach to housekeeping.  Stands for: • Safety Let‟s all get home safely. Everyday. • Sort De-clutter • Set A place for everything and everything in its place • Shine Make it shine • Standardise Working together • Sustain Maintain the standard and improve
  • 3. 3 WHY CHANGE TO 6S? • It is the commitment of every member of the Laing O‟Rourke Team, that everyone gets home safely. Everyday. • Adding Safety as the first „S‟ reiterates our/ your commitment • Belief and adoption of 6S has a massive positive lever on the elimination of incidents and injuries  Let’s all get home safely. Everyday.
  • 4. 4 • Fits with our continuous improvement approach. • The Cleaner The Work Area, The Sooner Problems (Instabilities) Are Identified • To change the image of our workplace by valuing people, their work and their environment. • Delivers Improved: Productivity, Quality & Safety. • A Highly Visual Performance Measure. • A Clean, Organized Environment is More Predictable Why take a 6S Approach?
  • 5. 5 WHERE IS 6S APPLICABLE?  In short.......everywhere! • Offices and desks • Workshops • Plant rooms • Stores • Outside areas • Plant and equipment
  • 6. 6 WHY ARE WE HERE? • To give you an overview of the different 6S steps and tools. • To demonstrate how 6S can be used in all areas of the workplace. • To be the foundation of a 6S workshop in your area. • To create a change in our behaviour towards housekeeping
  • 7. 7
  • 8. 8 CUSTOMER PERCEPTION If YOU had some money to spend a car where would YOU spend your money given the choice? Why Implement a 5S Program?
  • 9. 9 Nobody likes to live in a squalid environment Why Implement a 5S Program?
  • 10. 10 But for some reason people seem to tolerate it more so at work! Why Implement a 5S Program?
  • 11. 11 World class companies operate in world class conditions!
  • 12. 12 I want this place tidying now or else It is often said that people only tackle housekeeping issues when: “they have been kicked by a 2 star general”
  • 13. 13 Or “A 4 Star General is about to visit”
  • 14. 14 What can we hope to achieve? Reduction in accidents Reductions in wasted time looking for parts/ materials/ drawings/ tools/ each other „Cleaning is Inspection‟ finds potential failures before they occur Increased customer and employer / employee confidence in the work place An improved environment for everyone! What can 6S Deliver?
  • 15. 15 Demonstrating 6S “A Practical Exercise to Demonstrate the Need for Good Workplace Management & the Power of 6S” Understanding 5S Workplace Management
  • 16. 16 Instructions The following is an exercise to demonstrate the importance of basic work place organisation and highlight the principles of 6S. Sheet 1 - You have 1 minute to circle all the numbers from 1 to 48 in strict ascending order. Understanding 5S Workplace Management
  • 17. 17 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 14 13 12 16 15 9 1 2 3 5049 48 47 46 45 43 44 42 40 41 39 38 35 36 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 50 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 5251 60 65 64 63 62 6169 68 67 6670 79 78 77 76 75 7473 72 71 80 89 88 87 8685 84 83 82 81 90 Understanding 5S Workplace Management
  • 18. 18 Results of Sheet 1 The following is an exercise to demonstrate the importance of basic work place organisation and highlight the principles of 6S. Sheet 1 - Usually people will manage to circle anywhere between 5 and 25, but all should agree that the task is not straight forward. Understanding 5S Workplace Management
  • 19. 19 The following is an exercise to demonstrate the importance of basic work place organisation and highlight the principles of 6S. Sheet 2 - The first step of work place management or 6S has now been applied and all the unnecessary items have been removed. You now have 1 minute again to circle all the numbers from 1 to 48 in ascending order. Understanding 5S Workplace Management Instructions
  • 20. 20 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 14 13 12 16 15 9 2 3 45 43 44 42 40 41 39 38 35 36 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 1 Understanding 5S Workplace Management 48 47 46
  • 21. 21 Results of Sheet 2The following is an exercise to demonstrate the importance of basic work place organisation and highlight the principles of 6S. Sheet 2 - Now that the first Step of the 6 S‟s has been applied the task should become much easier. As we have gotten rid of all the unnecessary items that aren‟t required to complete the exercise i.e. all the numbers above 48, people will generally manage to circle between 5 and 10 more numbers than they managed before. This should help demonstrate that when we remove clutter, it allows people to be more efficient. Understanding 5S Workplace Management
  • 22. 22 Instructions The following is an exercise to demonstrate the importance of basic work place organisation and highlight the principles of 6S. Sheet 3 - The second step of work place management has now been implemented, set limits and locations. What you will find is 1 will appear in the top left box, 2 in the top right box, 3 in the lower left box, 4 in the lower right box, 5 in the top left box and so on. Again you now have 1 minute to circle all the numbers from 1 to 48 in ascending order. Understanding 5S Workplace Management
  • 23. 23 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 14 13 12 16 15 9 2 3 45 43 44 42 40 41 39 38 35 36 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 1 Understanding 5S Workplace Management 4847 46
  • 24. 24 Results of Sheet 3 The following is an exercise to demonstrate the importance of basic work place organisation and highlight the principles of 6S. Sheet 3 - Now that the second step of the 6S‟s has been applied the task should again have become much simpler. People will usually manage to circle at least another 10 or more numbers than on their previous attempt. Now that we have „set limits and locations‟ people have a frame work and instructions on where to find the objects (in this case numbers) that they are trying to locate. Again by the fact that people have managed to circle more number should help demonstrate how 6S can help improve efficiency
  • 25. 25 Instructions The following is an exercise to demonstrate the importance of basic work place organisation and highlight the principles of 6S. Sheet 4 - Now the 3rd and 4th steps of work place management have been implemented. Step 3 is the Shine, so all the numbers have been tidied into well arranged rows. Step 4 is the standardisation of the numbers so they are all now the same size and font. Again you now have 1 minute to circle all the numbers from 1 to 48 in ascending order. Understanding 5S Workplace Management
  • 26. 26 1110 987 654 321 12 Understanding 5S Workplace Management 2322 212019 181716 151413 24 3534 333231 302928 272625 36 4746 454443 424140 3938 48
  • 27. 27 Results of Sheet 4Sheet 4 - As can be seen when you attempt the exercise for the last time you can not possibly complete it because No.37 is missing. No. 37 has been missing throughout all of the exercises its just NOT easy, obvious or visually simple to notice before carrying out the steps of basic work place management. It is only by doing this sort of basic work place management and then applying Step 5 the discipline of adhering to the previous 4 steps that these types of simple problems will be flagged up early enough for us to take action before we cause ourselves or more importantly our customers problems.
  • 28. 28 Organisation
  • 29. 29 Cleanliness
  • 30. 30Examples of 5s Implementation
  • 31. 31A place for everything and everything in its place…...

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