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5 s audit

  1. 1. 5S AUDIT Introduction The purpose of this form is to help you establish order and visual management on your manufacturing floor. To do this you will utilize the 5S system, namely 1. Sort 2. Set in order 3. Shine 4. Standardize 5. Sustain While it is easy enough to apply Sort, Set in order and Shine the key to this process is Standardization and Sustaining improvements. 5S is a foundational element of process improvement. It is second nature to the way world class organizations operate. The basic premise of 5S is to keep things where they belong. This maximizes worker productivity because less time is wasted looking for things. The use of visual controls such as color coding, signage, audible signals, lines and pictures further enhance productivity by allowing the factory to “speak” to its workers, thus minimizing the amount of supervision or indirect labor required. All this said, the question then becomes how neat is neat? Orderliness is often very subjective topic. This can create much confusion when several people express their opinions of how neat an area is kept. To minimize this subjectivity and allow a way for you to measure and set goals for orderliness we have developed this easy to follow 5S audit sheet. Refer to the next page for details on how to use this form. Be aware this can not be done from behind a desk, you will have to take a blank copy and go a target area on your manufacturing floor, spend some time observing the operation and fill in the scores. Use the scores to motivate your workers, establish 5S contests or high score of the month awards. The bottom line is making it fun for the workers and you will see a tremendous payback in reduction of overhead and floor space. If you require further information about how to use this form or about the 5S process please feel free to contact us via email at info@summitbizpro.com or telephone at 1.516.414.3741.Summit Form LEVC102.2Business Solutions, Inc. PO Box 10222, Westbury, NY 11590 T: 516.414.3741 F: 516.941.0747 www.summitbizpro.com
  2. 2. 5S AUDIT How to Use This Form 1) Go to the target area. 2) Starting with the first S – Sort, check each item according to the description and rate it on a scale of 0 through 4, where 0 is the worst and 4 is the best. Place a check mark in the appropriate box. Description Score weight of what you based on theItem to be description Add allexamined should numberswithin a evaluate from eachtarget area column Check item Score 1S No Description 0 1 2 3 4 1 Materials or Does the inventory or in-process inventory include parts and unneeded materials or parts? 2 Machines or Are there any unused machines or other equipment equipment around? SORT 3 Jigs, tools, or Are there any unused jigs, tools, dies or similar dies items around? 4 Visual control Is it obvious which items have been marked as Category unnecessary? Subtotal 5 Written Has establishing the 5S’s left behind any useless standards standard? Sub Total Add all numbers from for a subtotal score per S 3) When you complete an S, add the number of times you checked each column by the column score weight then add up all your subtotal numbers and write that number in the category subtotal box. 4) Continue this process throughout each S 5) Add up each category subtotal to obtain your final score. 6) Post the score in a visible location in the target area using the 5S Score Sheet. Summit Form LEVC102.2 Business Solutions, Inc. PO Box 10222, Westbury, NY 11590 T: 516.414.3741 F: 516.941.0747 www.summitbizpro.com
  3. 3. 5S AUDIT 0=Very Bad 1=Bad 2= Average 3=Good 4=Very Good Check item Score 1S No Description 0 1 2 3 4 1 Materials or Does the inventory or in-process inventory include parts and unneeded materials or parts? 2 Machines or Are there any unused machines or other equipment equipment around? SORT 3 Jigs, tools, or Are there any unused jigs, tools, dies or similar dies items around? 4 Visual control Is it obvious which items have been marked as Category unnecessary? Subtotal 5 Written Has establishing the 5S’s left behind any useless standards standard? Sub Total Check item Score 2S No Description 0 1 2 3 4 6 Location Are shelves and other storage areas marked with Indicators location indicators and addresses? SET IN ORDER 7 Item Indicators Do the shelves have signboards showing which items go where? 8 Quantity Are the maximum and minimum allowable Indicators quantities indicated? 9 Demarcation of Are white lines or other markers used to clearly walkways and indicate walkways and storage areas? in-process Category inventory areas Subtotal 10 Jigs and tools Are jigs and tools arranged more rationally to facilitate picking them up and returning them? Sub Total Check item Score 3S No Description 0 1 2 3 4 11 Floors Are floors kept shiny clean and free of waste, water and oil? 12 Machines Are the machine wiped clean often and kept free of shavings, chips and oil? SHINE 13 Cleaning and Is equipment inspection combined with checking equipment maintenance? 14 Cleaning Is there a person responsible for overseeing Category responsibilities cleaning operations? Subtotal 15 Habitual Do operators habitually sweep floors, and wipe cleanliness equipment without being told? Sub TotalSummit Form LEVC102.2Business Solutions, Inc. PO Box 10222, Westbury, NY 11590 T: 516.414.3741 F: 516.941.0747 www.summitbizpro.com
  4. 4. 5S AUDIT 0=Very Bad 1=Bad 2= Average 3=Good 4=Very Good Check item Score 4S No Description 0 1 2 3 4 16 Improvement Are improvement memos regularly being memos generated? 17 Improvement Are improvement ideas being acted on? STANDARDIZE ideas 18 Key procedures Are standard procedures clear, documented and actively used? 19 Improvement plan Are the future standards being considered with a Category clear improvement plan for the area? Subtotal 20 The first 3 Ss Are the first 3 Ss (sort, set locations and shine) being maintained? Sub Total Check item Score 5S No Description 0 1 2 3 4 21 Training Is everyone adequately trained in standard procedure? 22 Tools and parts Are tools and parts being stored correctly? SUSTAIN 23 Stock controls Are stock controls being adhered to? 24 Procedures Are procedures up-to-date and regularly Category reviewed? Subtotal 25 Activity boards Are activity boards up-to-date and regularly reviewed? Sub Total GRAND TOTAL SCORESummit Form LEVC102.2Business Solutions, Inc. PO Box 10222, Westbury, NY 11590 T: 516.414.3741 F: 516.941.0747 www.summitbizpro.com
  5. 5. 5S AUDIT 5S Score Department Name Previous Score % Change (+/-) Audit Date: Auditor NotesSummit Form LEVC102.2Business Solutions, Inc. PO Box 10222, Westbury, NY 11590 T: 516.414.3741 F: 516.941.0747 www.summitbizpro.com

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