• Is the area free of personal belongings such as clothing, lunch boxes, newspapers, magazines, or food?

  • Is the area free of unnecessary equipment or tools?

  • Is scrap properly contained, identified, and tagged appropriately?

  • Trash container(s) are NOT overflowing?

  • Are all dirty gloves and/or rags disposed of properly?

  • Are booms, mops, and dustpans properly stored in designated locations?

  • In regards to the team/shift being audited, is the Team Kiosk clean and contain only necessary information (e.g., no hand written notices)?

  • In regards to the team/shift being audited, are the metrics up to date on the Team Kiosk?

  • Are the following areas free of dirt, dust, grime, and lint: 1) Team Kiosk, 2) team supply closet, 3) electrical panels, 4) control boxes, and 5) underneath line?

  • Are machinery, equipment, and tools wiped clean of dirt, dust, grime, and lint?

  • Is the area free of safety hazards on the floor (water, oil, grease, chemicals)?

  • Is the floor free of debris (nuts, screws, bolts, trash)?

  • Is floor demarcation visible, unobstructed, and painted appropriately?

  • Are material drop zones and/or racking clean and orderly? If labels exist, are they in good condition and legible?

  • Are racks, mobile equipment, and cabinets free of stickers, calendars, pictures, postings, etc.?

  • Are all material racks in good condition? All crossbars and shelving are in good condition; no indication of damage?

  • Is material located in correct containers and designated locations by part numbers and neatly stacked?

  • Is the WIP and/or racking within the capacity limits?

  • Are all hoses and cords hung appropriately (i.e., would not be considered a trip hazard)?

  • Do all stations have SWI's with PPE mandates? If they exist, our operators following the PPE mandates?

  • Overall, how does the area look from a scale to 1 to 10, with 10 denoting a true example of World Class Housekeeping?

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