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  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location

Step 1 - Sort

  • Basic conditions equipment present only

  • Basic conditions tools present only

  • Basic conditions furniture present only

  • Basic conditions on the wall, notice boards, etc. present only

  • Items are present in walkways, stairways, corners, fire exits etc.

  • Unneeded inventory, supplies, parts, or materials are present

  • Unneeded paper, drawings etc. are present

Step 2 - Set in Order

  • Correct places for items are obvious

  • items are in their correct places

  • Walkways, workstations, equipment locations are indicated

  • Items are put away immediately after use (all items)

  • Marking in cabinets, drawers, etc.

  • Marking on tool boards, shelves, walls, etc.

  • Height and quantity limits are obvious

Step 3 - Shine and Safety

  • Floors, walls, stairs, and surfaces are free of dirt, oil, and grease

  • Equipment is kept clean and free of dirt, oil, and grease

  • Cleaning materials are easily accessible

  • Lines, labels, signs, etc. are clean and unbroken

  • Safety hazards exist in area (glass, bottles, etc.)

  • Safety hazards exist on floor (water, oil, chemicals, etc.)

  • Safety signs, arrows, marks, etc. cant be seen from all angles in area

Step 4 - Standardize

  • Standards in area are known and visible

  • Checklists exist for all tools and material

  • Quantities and limits are easily recognizable

  • OPLs are being followed

  • Activities are being documented on 5S board

  • Workplaces with standard in place (machines, tables, drawers, lockers, etc.)

Step 5 - Sustain

  • Standards in the area are known and visible - Sustaining the standards

  • Standard cleaning and work procedures are being followed

  • Documents and instructions are current

  • Personal belongings are neatly stored

  • Standard information boards are being used and have current relevant information

  • Work area is clean, neat, and orderly with no serious unsafe conditions observed

  • Daily 5S meetings are being formed

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