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5S

Presented by: Maria Avraleva

Agenda
 Introduction

and History

 Concept:

S1  S2  S3  S4  S5  Benefits of 5S-methodology + Conclusion  Your questions

Toyota (5S – 5 Japanese words beginning with “S” and translated to English)  Origin: .What is 5S?  The 5S is a methodology that focuses on organizational cleanliness and standardization to improve profitability. efficiency and safety by reducing waste of all types. Japan.

The name of “5S”      S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 Seiri Seiton Seisou Seiketsu Shitsuke Sort Set in order Shine Standardize Sustain .

.S1: Sort Job level: doing out jobs according to their necessity. Identification of best physical organization of workspace. cleaning. which will prevent waste and loss.

S1:Sort .Implementation     Define what is needed Define what is not needed Dispose of the items Take action Red-Tag Is this item needed? Strategy: Is it needed in the quantity on hand? Yes Do we require it to be located here? Yes .

S1:Sort .Implementation Move to new location Throw away Sell Keep the item Options for action Disposal Return Distribute Move to holding area Give away Obsolesce .

properly identified and labelled (after S1 step) Increase performance and efficiency by arranging tools. equipment and document files in a proper order  .S2: Set in Order  Key objective: put everything in its place.

S2: Set in Order – Neatness will bring speed  Dr. Shigeo Shingo (Toyota engineer and a recognized JIT authority): seven wastes as target for continuous improvement Motion Overprodu ction Waiting Time Transportati on time Excess inventory Defective products The process itself .

S2: Set in Order – Visual Control Desktop layout example .

S2: Set in Order – Ergonomics .

Clean workplace conditions are important to employees’ heath. morale and safety. Shine also includes observing or checking for problems that may arise (inspection). preventing the environment from becoming dirty in the first instance.  .S3: Shine   “Shine” means to clean.

schedule Clean and Inspect Instant maintenance .S3: Shine .Implementation Determine Targets Warehouses. Space Assign Tasks Cleaning and Inspection checklists. Equipment.

 Bring under control activities that would normally vary in results.S4: Standardize  Standards are the specifications for performing work. .  Standards establish the boundaries of freedom within the task.

S4: Standardize Implementation 1 2 3 • Decide who is responsible for which activities • Integrate 3S processes into the regular work pattern • Audit how well 3S is being maintained .

S4: Standardize – Prevention  5W1H (Kipling Process)  This concept originated from the poem by Rudyard Kipling. “The Elephant’s Child”: I keep six honest serving men They taught me all I knew Their names are What and Where and When And Why and How and Who .

Focusing on encouraging continuous implementation and improvement   . it’s a difficult element to achieve. “Sustain” means discipline.S5: Sustain  “Sustain” means to make a habit of correctly maintaining 5S procedures.

Benefits of 5S A clear workplace leads to high in productivity  A clear workplace ensures high quality  A clear workplace helps reduce cost  A clear workplace ensures on-time delivery  A clear workplace is safe for people to work.  A clear workplace builds high morale. .

Conclusion .

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! .