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5 s training_presentation_071406

  1. 1. The Five S’s (5S) of Good Housekeeping For TEAM PACIFIC CORPORATION By: Rose B. Pano HR Training
  2. 2. 5S are 5 Japanese Words SEIRI  SEITON  SEISO  SEIKETSU  SHITSUKE  5 S Presentation
  3. 3. 5S means:  Seiri – items for keeps and items for wastebasket  Seiton – arranged in order for easy use  Seiso – cleaning the workplace  Seiketsu – high standard of housekeeping  Shitsuke – training and disciplining people to follow 5S 5 S Presentation
  4. 4. 5S: In Japanese, English and Tagalog  Seiri  Seiton  Seiso  Seiketsu  Shitsuke Sort Segregate Sanitize Standardize Self Discipline 5 S Presentation Suriin Salansanin Simutin Siguruhin Sariling kusa
  5. 5. The 5 S’s is the practice of good housekeeping. 5 S Presentation
  6. 6. How do you describe your work place?  Is it 1st Class? No one throws trash around.  Is it 2nd Class? Some people throw trash and some clean.  Or is it 3rd Class? Everyone throws trash and no one cleans. 5 S Presentation
  7. 7. SEIRI (Sort) • • • • Look and see the things of use and not of use. Sort useful from useless No use: throw away! No use: not yours Not yours: ask whose Don’t know whose, no use: throw away! 5 S Presentation
  8. 8. SEIRI Useful Look and see the things Useless Useless but can not be thrown away immediately Place tag when to remove the item Yours Throw Away Ask whose by announcement Give to owner 5 S Presentation Not Yours ???? Throw Away
  9. 9. Why 5S (SEIRI) Fails  KASI:  “Sayang, Wag mong itapon”  “Puede pang magamit yan”  “Itabi mo muna”     “Me centimental value sakin yan” “Akin nalang” “mapapag kakitaan pa yan” Etc. 5 S Presentation
  10. 10. Standard of Seiri (Sort)  Sort items that are useful from items that no longer of use  Throw away items that are useless  Useless items that are not yours, return to owner 5 S Presentation
  11. 11. SEITON (Segregate)  Means items in proper order for easy use and safekeeping  Always in use, near you  Less in use, further from you!  Seldom use, much further  Put labels, colors  Fixed place for items  Items can be seen  Items can be taken out  Items can be returned 5 S Presentation
  12. 12. SEITON (Segregate) Tools & Systems in Segregation Storage place  Open shelves  Labels  Code Name  Color coding  Numbering  Alphabets  5 S Presentation
  13. 13. SEITON: fix positions (Segregate)  General division, then sub division, example: D/A Materials -> leadframe -> package -> supplier -> Solder -> solder type -> supplier  Use of shelves for easy ID  Use of labels, color coding, 5 S Presentation
  14. 14. SEITON: Organizing 1. Can see 2. Can take out 3. Can return 1. Where?… Fixed position 2. What? … Fixed items 3. How many? … Fixed quantity. 5 S Presentation
  15. 15. Why SEITON Fails  Lack of knowledge in organization and classification  Lack of creativity to use names, titles, colors, numbers, alphabets, etc. to segregate things  Have the habit of “maňana system in filing”….. “filing can be done later when I have time”.  Do not know the value of classification, segregation and filing as part of job.  “Minamaliit ang trabaho ng pagpa-file”. 5 S Presentation
  16. 16.  Decide Standard of SEITON which things should be put where:  Always in use, place near you  Less in use, place further from you  Seldom in use, place slightly further away  Label items and storage areas to identify what is kept and to distinguish them from other necessary items  Put labels, colors, numbering, alphabet  Fixed place for items  Items can be seen immediately  items can be taken out immediately  items can be returned immediately 5 S Presentation
  17. 17. SEISO (Sanitize) To clean your work place so that there would be no dust anywhere. 5 S Presentation
  18. 18. How to Practice SEISO (SANITIZING)  “lugar mo, linis mo” “lugar mo, linis ko rin”  “lugar ko, alaga ko”  “di ko lugar, alaga ko rin”  “lugar ko linis ko gabi at araw”   “di ko lugar, mas lalo kong dapat pangalagaan” 5 S Presentation
  19. 19. Why SEISO Fails  Kasi:  “Tamad maglinis!”.  “Hindi tinatapon sa tamang lagayan ang basura  “Inaasa pa sa Environmental Aides (EA’s) ang paglilinis!”  “Hindi marunong sumunod sa cleaning schedule at responsibilities na inatas sa kanila!” 5 S Presentation
  20. 20. Standard of SEISO  Don’t wait until things get dirty, clean them regularly.  Put aside 5 minutes of your first and last hour of work to clean your workplace.  Never throw anything around or dirty any place.  Organize cleaning responsibilities and procedure.  Make a cleaning schedule. 5 S Presentation
  21. 21. SEIKETSU High Standard  Means maintaining high standard of housekeeping:  No unnecessary items  No mess  No dirt  Daily cleaning  Monthly Inspections and Evaluations 5 S Presentation
  22. 22. Why SEIKETSU Fails  Frequent change of standards  5S is not recognized as one of the factors to look into employee’s performance  Because employees are not aware of the standards of 5S. 5 S Presentation
  23. 23. SEIKETSU: Standards  Create a maintenance system  Hold a departmental competition  Establish continuous improvement programs  Include 5S in employee’s Key Result Areas (KRA)  Include 5S in performance appraisal of each department and employee 5 S Presentation
  24. 24. SHITSUKE  Spontaneous practice of 5S No need to be told No need to be scolded No need to be reminded -JUST DO IT ! No complaints 5 S Presentation
  25. 25. SHITSUKE: self discipline Reflection of personality, habits and attitudes A way of life Definition of character and life style 5 S Presentation
  26. 26. Why SHITSUKE Fails  Kasi:  “Ang nagpapatupad ay hindi sumusunod sa alituntunin!”  “Hindi consistent sa pagpapatupad.”  “Nasa kultura na nila ang pagiging madumi sa sarili!” 5 S Presentation
  27. 27. SHITSUKE: Standards  Always remember the value of your housekeeping efforts.  Treat your workplace as your second home.  Aside from cleaning, think of how you can beautify your workplace. 5 S Presentation
  28. 28. 5S: Impact  Efficiency  Quality  Safety  Timeliness  Profitability  Longevity  Cost Effectiveness  Graceful Lifestyle 5 S Presentation
  29. 29. Reasons why some people do not practice 5S?  Because they are lazy!  Because they were not trained and educated to do so!  Because they feel degraded when doing so!  Because they came from a 3rd class environment  Because they have certain hatred in their heart  Because they thought somebody should do it for them  Because they were not aware of international standard of good housekeeping 5 S Presentation
  30. 30. 5S          5S – makes a pleasant workplace 5S – helps in work efficiency 5S – leads to better quality of life 5S – leads to 1st class area 5S – helps gain respect of others 5S - is high standard of living 5S – makes people admire you 5S – Increases customers 5S – Increases income and profitability 5S - makes you a better person 5 S Presentation

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