6/7/2013

XX CELL GUIDELINES FOR STANARDIZING AND SUSTAINING ‘5S’

SORT (Do we need this?)

SET (Do we have a good place for this?)

SHINE (Is it in the designated place, labeled and clean?)

STANDARIZE (Is there a written procedure for this?)

SUSTAIN (Are we auditing and maintaining the written standard?)

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Aisles. Ceilings MAIN CELL • Cell Operation Areas • Kanban and Queue Locations • Supermarket • SFGI and SFGI Overflow • Communication Areas TECHNICIAN AREA • Troubleshooting and Repair • Troubleshooting Test Fixture Storage • Tool and Misc.6 Page 7 Pages 8-10 N/A Page 11 Page 2 of 14 .6/7/2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL • General Guidelines • Area Division • Daily Activities • Weekly Activities • Audits • Floor Taping • Floors. Equipment Storage ADMIN AND MATERIAL SUPPORT • Desk Areas • Quarantine • Staging area • Reject Area SECTIONS TO BE DEVELOPED • Annex • NPI cell Appendix: • Floor Taping Guidelines • 5S Operator Daily Check Sheet • 5S Audit Sheet .General Pages 3-4 Pages 5 . Wall.

Also included is test fixture storage. Any employee may suggest updates to the documentation. and board repair benches. Any unnecessary items will be removed. WEEKLY ACTIVITIES: All employees will participate in weekly audits and corrections to findings during the audits. Only the current approved version will be stored in the binder and this will be the only authorized copy for setting the 5S expectations within the area. Administration Areas: This includes manager.GENERAL • • • The guidelines for 5S in each area of the Signal Sources cell will be maintained in a clearly labeled binder at the cell leader bench. cell lead and material handler desks as well as the staging. Trashcans will be emptied. Calibration dates will be verified. material handler and manager will conduct a 5S audit of their individual work area at the end of each shift. 3. 4. technician. quarantine and rejects storage areas controlled and managed by these individuals. 2. These areas are: 1. Work surfaces will be clean. The Cell Operation area (cell “proper”). Cell leaders and managers are responsible for maintaining updates.6/7/2013 XX CELL . All tools will be verified and left in the appropriate positions. It includes the Supermarket as well as operations on the main route from board test though shipping. The Signal Sources area of responsibility is divided into separate locations for the purposes of conducting 5S activities. Page 3 of 14 . Also included are the communication (stand-up) areas. Floors will be free of debris. Annex and NPI lab: DAILY ACTIVITIES: Each operator. This includes technician benches and the storage locations within this area. shift report and SQDC/QDIL board content. Troubleshooting and Repair area.

Trip hazards and obstacles to safe exit from the area are to be avoided at all times. AISLES: Aisle ways will be kept clear at all times even if a manager has authorized temporary overflow. “Outside” audits will be conducted at least once per quarter by an individual who has been trained to do so from any other group or support function. events or current information. posters and pictures relevant to our business. Results will be posted on the SQDC/QDIL board. Normal scuff marks are the responsibility of the weekly cleaning service but any lack of service should be called to the attention of the cell manager and the site manager for Washington Group. FLOOR TAPING: Refer to the reference sheet titled Level 3: Visual Controls – Floor Taping at the end of this document. Burned out bulbs should be brought to the attention of Washington Group for maintenance. FLOORS: Floors are to be kept free of debris. CEILNGS: Ceiling tiles should be free of obvious stains. Note that some areas have bulbs removed with management approval Page 4 of 14 . breaks or holes.6/7/2013 AUDITS: Audits will be conducted by each shift on a weekly basis at the end of the shift. WALLS and VERTICAL SURFACES: Building walls and cubicle may be used as approved by managers to display information.

All equipment has current calibration dates. instruments and material other than what is needed for “show-and-tell”. Benches and PC’s should be regularly cleaned. Clipboards will be hanging at each station for displaying current waivers and bench inventory sheets) Kanban disciplines are TBD. KANBAN AND QUEUE LOCATIONS • TBD Page 5 of 14 . Necessary items are to be clearly labeled.6/7/2013 XX – MAIN CELL CELL OPERATION AREAS • • • • • • • • • • • Each work bench will use shadow boards for tools or have taped out space for items that belong on horizontal surfaces. Only necessary items are to be present. No trip hazards At no time should food items be found within the ESD protected cell area. All necessary items present and in their proper location at end of shift. The stand up area should be free of chairs. Cords and cables should be neatly dressed or stored and off the floor. Work Instructions are posted on the company web site and will be open and used for each build sequence.

Water skipper carts are to be left in taped out locations except when in use. All part locations for storage are to be marked on both the front and back of flow racks. SFGI and SFGI OVERFLOW: • Instruments will be placed on the approved storage racks/locations in an orderly fashion. etc.6/7/2013 SUPERMARKET: • • • • • Flow Racks should be clean. Personal notes. Page 6 of 14 . All individual boxes and totes are to be labeled with the current part numbers (no use of –xx suffix). are allowed on the work surface of the cart or pc location during the shift but must be removed at the end of each shift. labeled and orderly.

They are to be returned to storage at the end of the shift or when finished working with them. Items on the bench top and shelves will be neatly organized and clearly labeled. Items in the cabinet will be neatly labeled and stored. The top bench drawer should contain shadow boards for tools. equipment and reference material to be shared by bench partners. Page 7 of 14 . • As fixtures are needed they are moved to a work bench. Items used less frequently than on a weekly basis but are still needed for current work activities will be stored in the storage cabinet. All items in this cabinet will have a designated and neatly labeled location for storage. • Fixtures are to be stored in designated locations or taped out floor locations when not in use. TROUBLESHOOTING TEST FIXTURE STORAGE: • Each fixture is to be labeled with name or part number.6/7/2013 XX Cell – TECHNICIAN AREA TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR Technician bench tops and shelves are for tools. The bottom drawer will contain neatly stored and organized reference material such as personal copies of schematics or personal notes and other reference materials. TOOL and MISC EQUIPMENT STORAGE: Items infrequently used and shared by technicians will be kept in a storage cabinet adjacent to the test fixture storage. The only items to be stored at the bench are those items which are used frequently throughout the week.

etc. Desk areas should be kept visually appropriate for tours. • Miscellaneous supplies should be neatly stored in pencil and desk drawers. • Reference material posted on interior walls should be current and necessary. well-organized and free of clutter at the end of each work shift. important customers and other visitors. microwaves. • Personal items should be appropriate to a business environment. cabinets and work in progress should be labeled well enough for others to step in during an absence. They will be re-located to their proper storage locations before the end of the shift. • Drawers. personal lockers or designated drawer space at the end of each shift. Exceptions are allowed only for overnight attention and communication to the next day’s shift. 2.6/7/2013 XX Cell ADMINISTRATIVE AND MATERIAL SUPPORT AREAS The purpose for these standards is two-fold: 1. • No appliances (coffee pots. Page 8 of 14 . refrigerators. • Cabinet surfaces should not be used for desktop overflow but may be labeled and used for appropriate holding space for work. • All parts and assemblies temporarily at a desk will be properly protected. • Floors should be clear of items other than trash can. • Only currently active work should exist on the desktop. • Nothing shall extend above the height of higher cube walls. one recycle box and personal heaters or fans approved by managers. ADMINISTRATIVE DESK AREAS: • Administrative desk areas should be neat. • Drink and food items and containers should be properly stored away in the break area.) • Desks which are not shared with others are allowed personal items so long as they do not impede on required workspace if others need to use the desk. In the event of an unplanned absence. • Work surfaces shall be clean of stains and debris. the desk area should be organized and labeled well enough to allow a person with general knowledge of the role to take over with a minimum of difficulty in understanding what stage various tasks were left in and where necessary records are stored.

As items move into the staging area the white board will be updated with the following information: • • • • Date in Who is responsible Reason for the item being in the staging area What needs to happen for it to move out and/or expected date for it to move out As items leave the staging area they should be erased from the white board so that the white board is always up-to-date with the current content of the staging area. Page 9 of 14 . Items in the area should be reviewed at least on a monthly basis to be sure they do not linger for long periods of time without action. This is not a location for storing parts or collecting unnecessary items. how long it is expected to be stored there. STAGING AREA: Items in the staging area are instruments staged for work activities that are not part of the cell daily rate or are waiting for some support activity. This area should be audited as part of the end of shift clean up activities each work day. Examples are: • Code 5 warehouse returns • Waiting for rework • Production Hold. Items kept in this area must be labeled with the following information: • What it is • Why it is in quarantine • Who is responsible or owns the items/problem • Date the item went into quarantine and if known.6/7/2013 QUARANTINE: The quarantine area is used to temporarily store material or instruments being evaluated or with some kind of problem causing it need to be kept apart from supermarket inventory.

Rejecting parts in a timely manner ensures we can keep appropriate inventory levels and have knowledge about leading edge quality problems. Engineers will make the final determinations as to whether these parts can be used “as is”. Material Handlers process these items on a daily basis by transacting them in Oracle. Exceptions should be brought to the shift managers attention so that additional help can be called for as needed. Cell lead desk tops have clearly marked bins for parts coming off the line as material needing to be rejected. These bins are not to be used to deposit reject parts for any other reason. Page 10 of 14 . 2. No part should linger in any one location for more than two business days. This ensures the correct individual gets the appropriate feedback for corrective action in the future. Cell lead benches also have separate bins for returning reject parts to each shift cell leader when the reject tags have not been properly filled out. As they do so. Once rejects have been appropriately labeled and transacted by the cell lead.6/7/2013 REJECT AREA: Reject parts must be clearly labeled and should be found in only one of three areas: 1. This work should generally be completed before leaving for the day. returned to vendors or discarded as scrap. 3. Cell leaders print the appropriate tags and do all necessary quality record entries. they are moved to the black bins on the reject carts adjacent to the staging area. the material is moved to the orange bins for an engineering review prior to having the parts scrapped.

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