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    • PARAKHIYA VASANT
      Presented
    • HOUSE KEEPINGA base for any improvement
      Even before you plan the direction you need to take, you must remove any obstacles to get a clear view of the current situation.
      House Keeping enhances the results of other activities and simplifies every day operations.
      House Keeping must become a habit. It must be continuous, or at least continual activity.
    • WHAT IS HOUSE KEEPING
      • Systematic approach to better workplace.
      • Involves arrangement, cleanliness, discipline and maintenance of standards.
      • Assigns a place for every thing and ensures everything in its place.
      • Is everybody’s responsibility.
      • Is the starting point of any improvement activity.
      • Means easy retrieval of information.
    • WHY HOUSE KEEPING
      • LESS EQUIPMENT DOWN TIME.
      • MORE USABLE SPACE.
      • PASSAGE WAYS ARE NEAT AND CLEAN.
      • ABNORMALITIES NOTICED AT A GLANCE.
      • ELIMINATES ACCIDENTS.
      • PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT.
    • WHY HOUSE KEEPING
      • EMPLOYEES FEEL GOOD IF THE WORK PLACE IS CLEAN.
      • SEARCHING IS AVOIDED.
      • TIME WASTED IN HANDLING REDUCED.
      • NO UNNECESSARY SUPPLIES.
      • LESS REJECTION/REWORK.
      • BETTER PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE.
    • 5"S"- House Keeping
      THE FOUNDATION OF COMPETITIVE SUCCESS.
    • THE NEED FOR A "5S" STRATEGY
      PRICE
      SERVICE
      QUALITY
      DELIVERY
      FLEXIBILITY
    • SIMPLE BUT IMPORTANT CONCEPT
      • A NEAT AND CLEAN FACTORY HAS HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY.
      • A NEAT AND CLEAN FACTORY PRODUCES FEWER DEFECTS.
      • A NEAT AND CLEAN FACTORY MEETS DEADLINES BETTER.
      • A NEAT AND CLEAN FACTORY IS A MUCH SAFER PLACE TO WORK.
    • THE FUNDAMENTAL TRUTH
      • IF WE CANNOT KEEP OUR WORKPLACES
      • CLEAN
      • ORDERLY
      • ACCIDENT FREE
      • NOBODY WILL BELIEVE WE CAN PRODUCE QUALITY GOODS OR ATLEAST SERIOUS ABOUT PRODUCING QUALITY.
    • THE CONCEPT OF "5S"
      • SEIRI SORTOUT (ORGANIZATION)
      • SEITON SET IN ORDER (ORDERLINESS)
      • SEISO SPICK & SPAN (CLEANLINESS)
      • SEIKETSU STANDARDIZE (CLEAN UP)
      • SHITSUKE SUSTAIN (DISCIPLINE)
    • THE FIRST PILLAR : SORT
      • Sort Means That You Remove All Items From the Workplace That Are Not Needed for Current ProductionOperation.
    • SEIRI - SEGREGATION
      • THIS STEP DISTINGUISHES NECESSARY AND UNNECESSARY ITEMS AND ELIMINATES UNNECESSARY ITEMS.
      • SORT THROUGH AND THEN SORT OUT
      • SORT THROUGH WHAT YOU HAVE. IDENTIFY WHAT YOU NEED AND DISCARD WHAT IS UNNECESSARY
      • INDICATOR OF SUCCESS.
      • AREA OR PERCENTAGE SPACE SAVED.
    • 1. CLASSIFICATION : SORT OUT.
      2. ELIMINATION : REMOVE UNNECESSARY ITEMS.
      3. STORAGE : FREQUENT USE/ RARE USE.
      CLOSE/ DISTANT LOCATION.
      IDENTIFICATION OF ITEMS & LOCATIONS.
      4. FIX & SHARE RESPONSIBILITIES.
      5. USE RED TAG SYSTEM.
      6. MONITOR PROGRESS.
    • WHY SORT IS IMPORTANT??
      • A WORK ENVIRONMENT IN WHICH
      • TIME
      • MONEY
      • SPACE
      • ENERGY &
      • EFFECTIVE RESOURCES MANAGMENT
      • PROBLEMS IN WORK FLOW ARE REDUCED, COMMUNICATION IS IMPROVED, PRODUCT QUALITY IS INCREASED & PRODUCTIVITY IS ENHANCED.
    • MUDA ELIMINATION
      WASTE
      ELIMINATION
      LEADS TO
      COST
      OPTIMIZATION &
      MANAGEMENT
      EXCELLENCE
    • THE WASTES IN THE SHOP FLOOR
      • INVENTORY
      • RELATED COSTS
      • TRANSPORTATION
      • QUANTITY HARDER TO SORTOUT
      • DESIGN OBSOLESCENCE
      • QUALITY DEFECTS FROM WIP
      • MACHINE BREAKDOWNS
    • SEIRI
    • SEIRI
    • THE SECOND PILLAR : SET IN ORDER
      • Set in Order Can Be Defined As ArrangingNeeded Items So That They Are Easy to Use and Labelling Them So That They Are Easy to Find and Put away.
    • SEITON --ARRANGEMENT
      • THIS STEP ENABLES DETERMINATION OF THE TYPE OF STORAGE SYSTEM AND LAYOUT THAT WILL GUARANTEE THAT REQUIRED AMOUNTS OF NECESSARY ITEMS WILL BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
      • SET THINGS IN ORDER BY CREATING PLACE FOR EVERYTHING .
      • PUT EVERYTHING IN IT’S PLACE .
    • SEITON --ARRANGEMENT
      • KEEPING ACCESSIBILITY AS EASY AS POSSIBLE .
      • USE THE PRINCIPLE OF WIDE RANGE AND SHALLOW DEPTH FOR STORAGE.
      • TIME SAVED IN SEARCHING.
      • TIME SAVED IN HANDLING MATERIAL.
    • PROBLEMS AVOIDED BY IMPLEMENTING SET IN ORDER
      • WASTE OF
      • MOTION
      • SEARCHING
      • HUMAN ENERGY
      • EXCESS INVENTORY
      • DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS
      • UNSAFE CONDITIONS
    • HOW TO IMPLEMENT SET IN ORDER
      • DECIDING APPROPRIATE LOCATIONS
      • LOCATE ITEMS IN THE WORKPLACE ACCORDING TO THEIR FREQUENCY OF USE
      • PLACE FREQUENTLY USED ITEMS NEAR THE WORKPLACE
      • STORE INFREQUENTLY USED ITEMS AWAY FROM THE PLACE OF USE.
      • A LET GO ARRANGEMENT FOR TOOLS SO THAT THEY GO BACK TO ORIGINAL PLACE OF STORAGE
    • HOW TO PROMOTE GOOD ORDER
      • Seldom used, enclose in a separate designated place.
      • THINGS NOT NEEDED:
      • No potential use, immediate disposal after careful analysis.
      • Potentially useful, move to a separate designated place.
      • Require special arrangement disposal.
    • THE THIRD PILLAR : SHINE
      • Shine Means Sweeping Floors, Whipping off Machinery, and Generally Making Sure That Everything in the Factory Stays Clean.
    • SEISO - CLEANING
      • This step eliminates Dirt, Dust and other foreign matter to make the workplace clean.
      • Clean Equipment,Furniture,Notice Boards Records Etc.
      • Keep the workplace Spotless.
      • Sweeping,wiping,polishing,painting Etc.
    • THE FOURTH PILLAR :STANDARDIZE
      • Standardize Is The Result That Exists When the First Three Pillars - Sort, Set in Order and Shine Are Properly Maintained.
    • STANDARDIZATION
      Where
      Things
      Are Kept
      Communication
      Set in Order
      Machinery
      OPERATION
      Inventory
      Critical
      Processes
    • STANDARDIZATION
      • PROVIDE OBJECTIVESAND INDICATE TRAINING GOALS.
      • PROVIDE A BASIS FOR TRAINING
      • CREATE BASIS FOR AUDIT AND DIAGNOSIS.
      • PROVIDE A MEANS FOR PREVENTING RECURRENCE OF ERRORS AND MINIMIZING VARIABILITY.
    • SEIKETSU - STANDARDISATION
      • TO ESTABLISH STANDARDS TO MAINTAIN THE IMPROVEMENTS
      • CREATING RULES FOR CHECKING & COUNTERMEASURES.
      • VISUAL CONTROLS FOR STANDARDS AND TO REVEAL ABNORMALITIES
      • TO PREPARE CHECKLISTS AND ADHERE TO AVOID MISTAKES
    • EXAMPLE OF STANDARDIZATION
    • HOW TO IMPLEMENT STANDARDIZE
      • VISUAL 5S
      • ANYONE SHOULD
      • DISTINGUISH NORMAL & ABNORMAL CONDITIONS.
      • AT A GLANCE
      • FIVE MINUTE 5S
    • HOW TO IMPLEMENT STANDARDIZATION
      • AUDIT THE SHOP FLOOR
      • 5S PROJECTS
      • REVIEW
    • THE FIFTH PILLAR : SUSTAIN
      • Sustain means making a habit of properly maintaining correct procedures.
    • SHITSUKE - DISCIPLINE
      • THIS STEP IS TO ENSURE THAT EVERYONE STICKS TO THE RULES SCRUPULOUSLY AND MAKES IT A HABIT
      • CREATE GENERAL AWARENESS ABOUT 4S.
      • TRAINING TO EVERYONE.
      • DEVELOP NORMS AND MONITOR SUCCESS.
    • SHITSUKE - DISCIPLINE
      • High employee Morale.
      • Involvement of People in the Movement.
    • SEIKETSU - TRAINING & DISCIPLINE
      EVERY ONE IS STICKING TO THE RULES AND STANDARDS
      PRACTISE BY EVERY ONE - MAKES PERFECT
      GOOD TRAINING FOR BASIC, HABITUAL MOVEMENTS & ACTIVITIES
    • 5S IMPLEMENTATION
      • CONTINUING TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 5S
      • HELPING TO EDUCATE YOUR CO-WORKERS ABOUT 5S
      • BEING ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT 5S IMPLEMENTATION.
      • HELPING TO PROMOTE 5S IMPLEMENTATION EFFORTS.
      5S
      TRAINING
    • 1.THERE CAN BE NO TQM WITHOUT 5 S.
      2. A DIRTY FACTORY OR OFFICE CANNOT PRODUCE QUALITY PRODUCTS OR SERVICE.
      3. CLUTTER HIDES THE PROBLEM. A NEAT WORKPLACE PROMOTES EASY DISCOVERY OF ABNORMALITIES.
    • 5S IS THE STARTING POINT FOR ALL WORKPLACE IMPROVEMENTS, PRODUCTIVITY, QUALITY, COST, DELIVERY, SAFETY, SERVICE and MORALE.
    • Let us create our own work place with our own hands. Let us contribute to a cleaner work place.
      6th. S is now included as “SHIKKARI YAROU” -- “let us try hard”.
      Every person should show initiative and make a special effort.
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