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S1 - Sort - SEIRI

No unnecessary items are left or stored in the workplace.

All machines and pieces of equipment are in regular use.

All tools, fixtures, and fittings are in regular use.

Storage area is defined to store broken, unusable or occasionally used items.

Standards for eliminating unnecessary items exist and are being followed.

S2 - Set in order - SEITON

Locations of tools and equipment are clear and well organized.

Locations of materials and products are clear and well organized.

Labels exist to indicate locations, containers, boxes, shelves and stored items.

Evidence of inventory control exists (i.e. Kanban cards, FIFO, minimum/maximum, etc.).

Dividing lines are clearly identified and clean as per standard.

Safety equipment and supplies are clear and in good condition.

S3 - Shining - SEISO

Floors, walls, ceilings, and pipework are in good condition and free from dirt and dust.

Racks, cabinets, and shelves are kept clean.

Machines, equipment, and tools are kept clean.

Stored items, materials, and products are kept clean.

Lighting is enough and all lighting is free from dust.

Good movement of air exists through the room (to limit the spread of viruses).

Pest control exists and effective.

Cleaning tools and materials are easily accessible.

Cleaning assignments are defined and are being followed.

S4 - Standardize - SEIKETSU

Information displays, signs, color coding and other markings are established.

Procedures for maintaining the first three S's are being displayed.

5S checklists, schedules, and routines are defined and being used.

Everyone knows his responsibilities, when and how.

Regular audits are carried out using checklists and measures.

S5 – Sustain - SHITSUKE

5S seems to be the way of life rather than just a routine.

Success stories are being displayed (i.e. before and after pictures).

Rewards and recognition is part of the 5S system.

Completion

Recommendations

Full Name and Signature of the Inspector

5s Manufacturing Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: General | Downloads: 70

Use this 5S Manufacturing Checklist to help your business improve productivity through workplace cleanliness and efficiency. This checklist can help identify the unnecessary items stored in the manufacturing site and ensure machines, equipment, and tools are kept clean and in working order. Use iAuditor to generate onsite reports that capture photo(s) evidence of broken, unusable, or occasionally used items.

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Audit

S1 - Sort - SEIRI

No unnecessary items are left or stored in the workplace.

All machines and pieces of equipment are in regular use.

All tools, fixtures, and fittings are in regular use.

Storage area is defined to store broken, unusable or occasionally used items.

Standards for eliminating unnecessary items exist and are being followed.

S2 - Set in order - SEITON

Locations of tools and equipment are clear and well organized.

Locations of materials and products are clear and well organized.

Labels exist to indicate locations, containers, boxes, shelves and stored items.

Evidence of inventory control exists (i.e. Kanban cards, FIFO, minimum/maximum, etc.).

Dividing lines are clearly identified and clean as per standard.

Safety equipment and supplies are clear and in good condition.

S3 - Shining - SEISO

Floors, walls, ceilings, and pipework are in good condition and free from dirt and dust.

Racks, cabinets, and shelves are kept clean.

Machines, equipment, and tools are kept clean.

Stored items, materials, and products are kept clean.

Lighting is enough and all lighting is free from dust.

Good movement of air exists through the room (to limit the spread of viruses).

Pest control exists and effective.

Cleaning tools and materials are easily accessible.

Cleaning assignments are defined and are being followed.

S4 - Standardize - SEIKETSU

Information displays, signs, color coding and other markings are established.

Procedures for maintaining the first three S's are being displayed.

5S checklists, schedules, and routines are defined and being used.

Everyone knows his responsibilities, when and how.

Regular audits are carried out using checklists and measures.

S5 – Sustain - SHITSUKE

5S seems to be the way of life rather than just a routine.

Success stories are being displayed (i.e. before and after pictures).

Rewards and recognition is part of the 5S system.

Completion

Recommendations

Full Name and Signature of the Inspector