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  • SORT 1) Office "There are no unnecessary substructure, office furniture or equipment: they are in good condition"

  • SORT 2) Equipment "There are no unnecessary items* (peripheral, supplies, tested parts ...) or documents: There are no personal equipment / document redundant with mutual one * Note: personal objects for decor are accepted but limited"

  • STRAIGHTEN 3) Office / Mutual Equipment: "Workspace, Equipment, files, furniture are appropriately located: easy to find, easy to place: locations are identified and arranged per layout" "

  • STRAIGHTEN 4) Personal Equipment: "Files, furniture, equipment and accessories (test parts for ex…) are appropriately located In absence the setup desk is free of document or file"

  • SHINE 5) Office: "The floor is clean and maintained continuously: walls, windows, ceilings, substructure... are clean and maintained periodically. Cleaning is facilitated: Appropriate cleaning tools, No cable on the floor , accessibility for cleaning ..."

  • SHINE 6) Equipment: "Desk, cupboards, equipment, tools, information Board, documents are clean and maintained continuously / periodically"

  • STANDARDIZE 7) Office: "Protection equipment is used by office people (on the warehouse/workshop) 5S standards are known and respected: VISUAL "

  • STANDARDIZE 8) Information Flow: "Communication board / SIM board are updated and visual Performance indicators on Department are managed and updated"

  • SUSTAIN 9) "Sector -Cell / Line" "Daily assessments realized by operators Monthly audits realized by management staff' "

  • SUSTAIN 10) SIM Management: "5S is managed in SIM Cycle 3-4-5 : indicators, suggestions, action plan, encouragement ..."

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