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Sort the necessary from the unnecessary Use the Red-Tag technique to highlight unneeded items Manage all removed items Separate the essential from the non-essential Workplace Organisation Necessary Needs Your Company Sort Unnecessary Decide what is needed and what is not Tag all unnecessary items that need to be reviewed Red Tag Log No. Location Action Catagorise Never Used Rarely Used Occasionally Used Frequently Used Dispose of unneeded items www.lean-business-solutions.co.uk ©TJA for LBS ltd 2013
Ensure everything is identified and has a fixed place Easy to find, easy to use, easy to put away A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place Workplace Organisation Shadow Boards Hazard Signs Location Labels MAX 12 Location Marking Organised Filing Maximum Limits www.lean-business-solutions.co.uk ©TJA for LBS ltd 2013
Keep the workplace clean and tidy Establish ‘Clean-up’ routines Inspect as you clean – fix faults and damage We Clean… to Inspect… to Fix the Problem Workplace Organisation Missing or loose nuts and bolts Use your Senses Worn or loose V-belts Motors in good condition and not overheating Smell for anything odd, especially burning Inspect for …and fix: Excess vibration Listen for any sounds that are not normal Oil, water and air leaks Gauges accessible, working and in ‘range’ Cleaning: Start with a deep clean of the workplace.. …then develop 5 minute daily cleaning routines www.lean-business-solutions.co.uk ©TJA for LBS ltd 2013
Set Standards required to maintain cleanliness & organisation Aim to keep things simple - Visual Management Define the Rules and Share Information Workplace Organisation alue Added Focus nstructive & Informative tandardised ser-friendly lways in Control Earning & Improvement Tool V I S U A L Five Minute 5S Area: Keying Assm Contact: Joe Suggs Sort Remove unwanted tooling (red tag to holding area) Set Mark out product variants (floor tape from Joe) Shine Degrease banjo press (gloves, solvent from Joe) Standardise Why is banjo press greasy, Why are variants mixed Sustain Who is/are responsible for press Develop 5 minute 5S routines Identify who does what, when and how often Use visual guides to set standards Capture standards with photos Standardise labelling and storage systems Display routines at workstations Visual Management www.lean-business-solutions.co.uk ©TJA for LBS ltd 2013
Adopt 5S throughout the day’s work Continuously Improve the workplace Eliminate Root Causes Stick to the rules and manage 5S yourselves Workplace Organisation Make time to implement and maintain 5S Everyone must be aware of their role in Sustaining 5S Support and lead the change Allocate activities Recognise and celebrate success! Use Audits to drive Improvement Display results in workplace www.lean-business-solutions.co.uk ©TJA for LBS ltd 2013 STANDARDISE
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