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1 A fun and exciting way to present the 5S concepts to our team! The 5S Numbers GameA fun and exciting way to present the 5S concepts to our team!
2 IntroductionThis is a simple training game we will use to show how to perform 5S and to drive home important key pointsHopefully you find it challenging (like the real-world) and have some fun along the wayCreditsThis exercise is based on an exercise from which was adapted from one created byKirt Tassmer of Stanley Fastening Systems.The original game was developed by RWD Technologies, Ltd.DisclaimerThis is for entertainment purposes only. 5S Supply is not liable for any unintended outcomes.
3 “Behind all workplace successes and failures are the 5S’s.” From “5 Pillars of the Visual Workplace: The Sourcebook for 5S Implementation” by Hiroyuki HiranoAgendaBefore State – Round 1Sort – Round 2Simplify – Round 3Systematic CleaningStandardizeSustain – Round 4Benefits – Round 5
4 Instructions – Round 1Please wait until you hear the entire instructions before starting – DO NOT turn over the page until asked to do soIndividually, with a pen or pencil locate and strike out the numbers 1 through 50 in sequential order (1, 2, 3, 4, 5…)You will have 30 seconds to complete this task
6 Report Out – Round 1Record your highest number found and a comment on your Overall Scorecard sheetThe instructor will ask for your score – the lowest score is what’s recorded for the entire groupWhat was it like trying to do this? How did it feel?How can we apply this to everyday life?
7 Were there any quality issues? 2823Is this an 8, 88, 4, 84???84388927133697141752196512341162321528952124Why is 39 listed twice?822225649339435841985499313510096263890674750Which one is the 6 and which one is the 9?295345495739593051569166571883753761335568637044406107871867639Is this 66 or 99? 89 or 68?777948814616120728948527746080428794
8 Sort To sort through, to sort out Guideline: If it is not needed in the next 30 days, Orange Tag it“When in doubt, move it out!”5S Orange Tag TechniquePlace a Orange Tag on the item and move it to the 5S Orange Tag Holding AreaItems will be dispositioned: keep, throw out, donate, scrap, shred, recycle, etc.
9 2823843889271336Let’s orange tag the numbers we don’t need (51-100) and the duplicate 39.97191417526512341162321528952124222582649339435841985499313510096263890674750295345495739593051569166571883753761335568637044406107871867639777948814616120728948527746080428794
11 2823843889271336Now let’s move them to the 5S Orange Tag Holding Area.97191417526512341162321528952124222582649339435841985499313510096263890674750295345495739593051569166571883753761335568637044406107871867639777948814616120728948527746080428794
14 Instructions – Round 2Let’s do the same exercise with the unneeded items removed from the work area - with a pen or pencil locate and strike out the numbers 1 through 50 in sequential order (1, 2, 3, 4, 5…)You will have 30 seconds to complete this task
16 Report Out – Round 2Record your highest number found and a comment on your Overall Scorecard sheetThe lowest score is what’s recorded for the entire groupWhat was the exercise like this time?What can we learn from this?
17 SimplifyNow that the area has been cleared out of unnecessary items, it is time to find a “home” for items that will remainGuideline: Any item that you want to keep after the 5S Orange Tagging Event needs to have a specific home“A place for everything and everything in its place.”Organize items to make them convenient to get and put awayUse visual controls to help this process (signs, lines, labels, color-coding)
18 2823371336Let’s rearrange the numbers in order that we will use them.171914123411321524282122254341313526384750294549593018373344406103948461612042742
21 25489103617Did you notice that we had to work around a few things like the numbers that were already there?19111316181520121417262327282122293124253032333537363444384043414539424846474950
22 Instructions – Round 3Let’s do the same exercise with the numbers better organized - with a pen or pencil locate and strike out the numbers 1 through 50 in sequential order (1, 2, 3, 4, 5…)You will have 30 seconds to complete this task
24 Report Out – Round 3Record your highest number found and a comment on your Overall Scorecard sheetThe lowest score is what’s recorded for the entire groupWhat was the exercise like this time?What benefits can you see from “Sort” and “Simplify”?Record on Scorecard sheet
25 Systematic CleaningNow that the area has been cleared out of unnecessary items, it is time to “shine” the items that remainGuideline: Get items to a “like-new” condition“Clean and inspect or inspect through cleaning”Everyone participates, make it simple and easy to get cleaning supplies and schedule it!If you find something out that may become an issue, fix it or have it fixed
26 25489103617For Shine we will make sure the numbers are in good working order. So let’s clean this mess up!19111316181520121417262327282122293124253032333537363444384043414539424846474950
28 StandardizeWe need to have standards for the first three S’s: Sort, Simplify and Systematic CleaningGuideline: Make up the rules for the first three S’s and then follow and enforce them.“Make up the rules and then follow them”Don’t forget to consider companywide policies like color-coding, signage, replenishment, etcMake the rules easy to follow
29 45823101679After looking at all the styles of font and sizes the team determined that some of these items can be standardized.11131816121517192014262322273021242829253133343235363739403841444748504342454649
33 SustainNow that you have a well organized, clean and safe work environment, we must keep it that wayGuideline: It’s not something extra, it’s part of everyday work“Make 5S part of everyday life.”Sustain helps build the discipline we need to have a great Lean organization
34 Instructions – Round 4In order to Sustain our gains we must be able to recognize abnormal conditionsLet’s do a quick 5S Audit of the areaCircle any “defects” that you findYou will have 30 seconds to complete this task
36 Report Out – Round 4 How many did you find? The “2” is missing “9” is upside down11 and 12 are mixed up“16” is not completely in it’s home24 and 34 are in the wrong location“39” is missing46 is askewHow did you know?
38 Instructions – Round 5Let’s do the same exercise after applying our 5S principles - with a pen or pencil strike out the numbers 1 through 50 in sequential order (1, 2, 3, 4, 5…)You will have 30 seconds to complete this task
40 Report Out – Round 5Record your highest number found and a comment on your Overall Scorecard sheetThe lowest score is what’s recorded for the entire groupWhat was the exercise like this time?What benefits can you see from “Sort” and “Simplify”?How can we apply this to everyday life?
41 Before & After State Before Excess materials Excessive search time Large areaClutteredDifficultAfterThe correct materialsMinimal search timeSmaller areaClean, neat & organizedEasy
44 Benefits of 5SWhat benefits did we realize by applying 5S to our simulated workplace?QualityCostDelivery/ServiceQuantitativeQualitative_________________
45 Wrap-up Can we apply this to the real world? Share an “Ah-ha” – something you learned, something that’s new, something that’s different or something that made an impression on you________________________________________________________________
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48 Forms and Facilitator Notes Participant Forms &Tips and Tricks
49 Instructor NotesThis section has the forms and instructor notes to use during this training exerciseItems needed:PowerPoint presentation (if desired)Pens or pencils, enough for each participantStopwatch, timer or watch with seconds hand to time each round (30 seconds)One copy each of the forms for each participant (see next slide)
50 Forms Print the Overall Scorecard form single sided Print the Rounds 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 forms double sided with the words “Please do not turn over until told to do so.” on the front and the exercise on the back
51 Overall ScorecardHandout the Overall Scorecard at the beginning when you are explaining the exerciseAsk the participants to record their individual scores on this sheet and any comments or “take-aways” from the round
52 Overall Scorecard Comments _________________ Exercise Number Round 1
53 Please do not turn over until told to do so. Round 1Please do not turn over until told to do so.