• Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

  • Add signature

1.0 Sort - No unnecessary items in the area

  • 1.1 No obsolete or unused lab equipment etc. in the area

  • 1.2 All storage areas for packaging and other materials have limits on how much can be stored in the area and stored quantities are within these limits

2.0 Set - A place for everything

  • 2.1 All packaging, materials, chemicals and other items are stored in designated and labelled locations. Chemical containers correctly labelled.

  • 2.2 All walkways, safety zones (emergency showers, exits, fire equipment etc.) are clearly signed and are not obstructed

3.0 Shine - clean workplace and equipment

  • 3.1 Area is clean and free from rubbish. Cupboards, shelves and work benches are clean and tidy. All bins are labelled and colour coded

  • 3.2 All ceilings, walls and doors are clean and free from corrosion, mould or flaking paint

4.0 Standardise - compliance to standards

  • 4.1 All staff are using relevant PPE and have clean uniforms

  • 4.2 All windows and lights are free from cracks and holes, and all lights are covered and operational

  • 4.3 No crates or product containers are being used for any purpose other than designated

  • 4.3 No obsolete or uncontrolled documents (process documents, notices etc.) in the area

5.0 Sustain - Maintain standards (only answer the following questions if an area has been 5Sd, otherwise mark N/A)

  • 5.1 The audit roster is posted, current, assigned to individual team members, and signed off

  • 5.2 The audit result is posted and current

  • 5.3 The area map is posted and current

  • 5.4 All 5S Area Standard/s are posted and current

Waste Observation

  • Are any wastes observed? Please specify location and describe the waste.<br>Example: overstocking of chemicals and materials, equipment left running when not in use....etc

  • Describe the corrective actions required.

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