Information

  • Audit For the Month of

  • Audit Area

  • Audit Number

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Personnel in attendance eg Team Leader

  • Date Audit was undertaken

SORT ACTIVITY DESCRIPTIONS

  • 1. Only the required spare parts, materials WIP, etc are present at the workstation. items not required to make the current product are removed from the workplace.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 2. Only the required tools are present at the workstation. items not required to make current product are removed from the workplace.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 3. Only the required paperwork is present at the workstation. Out dated or otherwise unnecessary posters, memos, announcements, reports, etc. are removed from the workplace.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 4. Only the required equipment is present at the workstation. ALl obsolete broken, or unnecessary equipment, shelves, lockers, workbenches, etc not required to make the current product is removed from the workplace.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 5. Only the required furniture is present at the workstation. All broken or unnecessary chairs, shelves, lockers, workbenches, etc not required to make the current production is removed from the workplace.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 6. Tripping dangers such as electrical cables, etc are removed from standing / walking areas.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

SET IN ORDER ACTIVITY DESCRIPTIONS

  • 7. Locations for containers, boxes, bins, WIP, materials, etc is clearly defined by painted lines and properly labeled (part number, quantity etc)

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 8. Tools have a designated storage location that is within reach of the operator. The location is properly labeled and tools can easily be identified if absent.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 9. Paperwork is properly labeled and has a clearly defined and labeled location that is visible to the operators and away from the work surfaces.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 10. Equipment is clearly identified (numbered, named, colour coded, etc.) and placed in a properly identified location. Critical maintenance points are clearly marked.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 11. Furniture is clearly identified (numbered, colour coded, etc.) and placed in a properly identified location.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 12. Work areas requiring personal protective equipment are clearly labeled.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 13. Stop switches and breakers are highly visible and located for easy access in case of emergency.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 14. Fire hoses, fire extinguishers and other emergency equipment are prominently displayed and are unobstructed.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 15. Working conditions are ergonomically friendly. Tools are stored at appropriate heights, lift assist devices are provided where necessary, etc.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 16. The workplace layout accommodates easy exit in case of emergency.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 17. Walkways and vehicle paths are clearly identified and unobstructed. Exits are clearly labeled and unobstructed.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

SHINE ACTIVITY DESCRIPTIONS

  • 18. Containers, boxes, bins, etc. are clean and not cracked, torn, or otherwise damaged. They are neatly stacked.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 19. Tools are kept clean and in good working order. Where possible, tools are stored in a manner to keep them clean and free from risk of damage.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 20. Paperwork is not torn, kept clean and protected from dirt.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 21. Work surfaces ( machines, workbenches, dies and other equipment including electrical boxes ) are clean and painted.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 22. Floors are free from dirt, debris, oil, parts, hardware, e pty boxes, packaging material,etc. Drains (if required) are properly located and unclogged.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 23. Walls, partitions, railings etc are painted and kept clean.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 24. There is a schedule showing times, frequency and responsibilities to clean areas of the workplace such as windows, corners, walls, doors, top of cabinets etc.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 25. All Cleaning equipment is neatly stored and is readily available when needed.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 26. All personnel protective equipment is maintained in sanitary and reliable condition and is properly stored in a easily accessible and labeled location when not in use.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 27. Equipment safety concerns are clearly identified. Safety guards are painted, in good working condition and provide adequate protection.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

STANDARDISE ACTIVITY DESCRIPTIONS

  • 28. Tools, equipment, paperwork, furniture, etc are stored neatly in designated areas and are returned immediately after each use.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 29. Documents are labeled clearly as to contents and responsibility for control and revision. The date and revision number are clearly visible.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 30. Equipment maintenance records are visible and clearly state when maintenance last occurred and when maintenance is scheduled.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 31. Product waste (eg. Swarm, containers, liquids, wrappers, etc.) is consistently and often cleaned up and removed from the workplace.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 32. Preventative measures have been implemented to ensure the workplace meets 5S guidelines (e.g. Systems that do not allow waste to accumulate such as containers to collect debris from machines)

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 33. The results of the previous audit are posted and clearly visible to the entire team.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 34. Areas for improvement identified during the previous audit have been completed.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 35. The work environment satisfies the requirements of the work being performed. Lighting (brightness and colour ), air quality, temperature, etc.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

SUSTAIN ACTIVITY DESCRIPTIONS

  • 36. A member of Management has participated in a 5S activity such as an audit or activity within the last 3 audit periods.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 37. Recognition is given to teams who get involved in 5S activities.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 38. Time and resources are allocated to 5S activities (eg designated daily/weekly clean up-time, 5S team leader, etc)

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 39. All operators, team leaders, supervisors, etc. are assigned 5S activities to be completed at least once a week.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

  • 40. The team took the initiative to make improvements to the workplace that were to identified during the last 5S audit.

  • Comments

  • Image of Concern / Improvement

AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT

  • Comments

  • Signature of Auditor

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