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									           The “5S” Philosophy

• Based on Japanese words that begin with S,
  the 5S Philosophy focuses on effective work
  place organization and standardized work
  procedures.
• 5S simplifies your work environment, reduces
  waste and non-value activity while improving
  quality efficiency and safety.


      If you’re going to do it, do it RIGHT!
              Sort – (Seiri)
The first S focuses on eliminating unnecessary things

                from the workplace .
Sort – (Seiri)



 If you don’t use it,
       move it!
Examples of sorting


   A place for everything
              &
   everything in its place
instead of installing a working desk per supervisor, we can have this
  shared working desk concept: This will save working space and
              encourage direct visit to actual shop floor.
before   after
before   after
        Set in Order – (Seiton)
• The second S focuses on efficient and effective
  storage methods.
• You must ask yourself these questions:

• What do I need to do my job
• Where should I locate this item
• How many do I need?
      Set in Order – (Seiton)
“A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERTHING IN ITS
  PLACE”




examples
  Document control system
(Common sharing documents)
Labeling of storage rack with numbering system
              to address positions.
                  Shine – (Seiso)
• Once you have eliminated the clutter and junk that
  has been clogging your work areas and identified and
  located the necessary items,
• the next step is to thoroughly clean the work area
               Sweep

– Cleaned walls
– Scraped and Cleaned floor
– Cleaned and Painted equipment, tables
  and cabinets
– Cleaned fan next to die repair area and
  exhaust fan to tool room
    Standardize – (Seiketsu)
you should concentrate on standardizing best practice

                 in your work area.
          Purpose of having
           Standardizing :
(1) Set up clean and comfortable work place.
(2) Improve and maintain the ruling set. Aim
  for higher level of achievement.
(3) Establish higher level of company image.
(4) Bring up product superiority (indirectly).
      Standardize means establishing “Best
              Practices, including:

•   Workplace Layout and Design
•   Materials Handling Analysis
•   Clear and Concise Work Instructions
•   Well Defined Work Methods
•   Safe (Ergonomic) Working Practices
•   Training
•   Documentation
Sustain – (Shitsuke)
    self disciplineSelscipline
• This is by far the most difficult S to implement and achieve.

• Human nature is to resist change and more than a few
  organizations have found themselves with a dirty cluttered shop
  a few months following their attempt to implement 5S. The
  tendency is to return to the status quo and the comfort zone of
  the "old way" of doing things.

• Sustain focuses on defining a new status quo and standard of
  work place organization.
                     Example:
Abide to ruling (And a superior must lead by setting

          himself an example to others).
Pharmacy Area Before and
    After 5S Activity
  Creating and Sustaining
          Change




Original IV Area and the New IV Area in
hospitals where inventory places
SEIKETSU
 Name of CD’s
                CD-organizer       to
                organize CDs so as to
                save desk spaces.The
                organizer with door
                can prevent dusts
                from accumulating.
ICICI Bank’s Implementation of 5S:
Process Adopted:
 Colours are used for reference
  (Orange is for cabinets, Blue for workstations, Mauve for vaults and
    Pink for storage).

   Key chain is colour coded

   Cataloguing of records

 Coloured lines run diagonally across all files.

   Files are now cross-referenced in alphabetic order, by
    date and by month.
         Files
Before           After




                         Files are
                         arranged
                         in alphabetic
                         order, by date
                         & by month.
Examples 5s
  before
afterDrawer
   before
Messed files
  before
After
Table
before
After
Visual management
“ Visual management provides a
clear and common understanding of
goals and measures “



“ It allows people to align their
actions and decisions with the
overall strategic direction of the
company “
                 OUTLINE

•   What is VISUAL MANAGEMENT?
•   What visual management does ?
•   What are the Color standards in this field ?
•   What are its application areas ?
•   Examples of visually managed arenas ?
   WHAT VISUAL MANAGEMENT IS?
Visual management:
• Is a system of management that helps to create
  and sustain competitive advantage for
  organizations.
• Translates critical organizational requirements
  into visual stimuli that cannot be ignored.
• these visual stimuli uses to highlight, report,
  clarify, and integrate mission, vision, values and
  culture into an organization's operating systems
  and performance requirements.
• Presents key data and information through use
  of compelling sensory messages that reinforce
  what is important to the organization.
WHAT VISUAL MANAGEMENT
         DOES?
 provides a mechanism for continuous improvement
  through system alignment, goal clarity, engagement of
  people in the process, and improved communication and
  information sharing throughout the organization;
 highlights critical information in ways that cannot be
  ignored.
 simplifies and improves the means of delivery of
  information and results.
 keeps people focused on the real mission and goals of the
  organization.
 clarifies the core work of the organization.
 cuts through information overload so employees can see
  their results.
 makes the work more meaningful.
      COLOR DEFINITION

 COLOUR                      DEFINITION

Light Blue     -->    Raw material, purchased parts.
                      Empty returnable containers
Dark Blue --->        Final assemblies, outlining for
                      desks, tools, etc.
Red            --->   Rework, held stock.
                      Audit area.
Orange        ---->
White        ---->    All stationary items (trash cans,
Grey         ---->    fans, etc.).
                      Cardboard
Brown      ---->      Hazardous materials
Black/Yellow->        chemicals
Purple    ---->       Pilot parts, special parts
In visual management, simple visual tools
 are used to identify the target state, and
 any deviance is met with corrective
 action.
          What’s in it for us ?
 Significant performance improvements.
 Strengthened work force.
 Improved employee relations.
 Alignment of mission,goal,vision,strategies with
  functional capabilities.
 Improve productivity by direct focus on
  performance.
 Improve customer satisfaction.
 Reduces cost by improving wastes.
 Result oriented and focused departments
 Clarity of purpose.
 Focussed managers and leaders.
BEFORE
AFTER
THANK YOU

								
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