Presentation - introduction to 5S

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Presentation - introduction to 5S

  1. 1. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION
  2. 2. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Organization, order, safety – everything needs to be top quality
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  5. 5. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATIONIdentification? Identification? Do we need or no? Potential danger?
  6. 6. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Identification Order Potential danger? Location
  7. 7. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Specify the location Determine the minimum and maximum levels Remove all unnecessary Suits in the items right place Clean table Renew the floor Dangerous edges Remove
  8. 8. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Sometimes we come upon an unwritten ‘rule’ that the Do I have easy access cleaner the desk, the less to keyboard? the desk owner does. So ????? How can I find what I need? And what do we have here?
  9. 9. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Distribution? Danger? Can you focus on your work in such chaos?
  10. 10. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION If you are not sure whether you need 5S rules to improve the organization of your surrounding workplace, do this simple test: open a document cabinet and answer the two questions looking at the nearest pile of papers. And question 2 : what does the document at the bottom of the pile refer to?If you did not know the answer to at least one of the questions, you certainlyneed 5S rules to organize your work in a better way
  11. 11. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Example 1 before introducing 5S
  12. 12. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Example 1 after introducing 5S
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  15. 15. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION One of the primary causes of these types of waste is the absence of 5S rules
  16. 16. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Overproduction How many products should there be and where should they be stored?
  17. 17. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Transport If transport overconsiderable distances is required, problemswith locating the goods occur.
  18. 18. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Transport At work employees often cover kilometers, because certain tools or materials are located rather far from their workplaces
  19. 19. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Movement and waiting time 95% of the time •  70 % - „placing in a queue” •  20 % - „waiting” •  5 % - moving to another process In the process 5 % of the time is •  processing •  loading/unloading •  changeover between operations •  changing the next item in a batch
  20. 20. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION If employees in their workplaces: •  often have to bend over to reach for a specific material •  have to lift excessively heavy items •  strain their eyes to notice certain items •  lack an organized workstation facilitating access to everything they need •  maintain a mess by inadequate identification or location of parts and materials then: After sometime they start producing faulty or defective parts Become exhausted quicker Are not committed to the company
  21. 21. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION What environment would you prefer to work in? The one below, where you cannot find anything and clean up rarely?
  22. 22. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION SYSTEM 5S
  23. 23. 5S - WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION COMPETITIVE COMPANY When you lack stable foundations in the form of an organized workplace, all other improvement programs have a weak chance of surviving
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