5 S

  • SORT: Have needed items been established & unneeded items removed from the work area? STORE: Is there a place for everything and everything is in its place? SHINE: Is daily cleaning &inspection of the equipment & work area happening to an agreed schedule? STANDARDISE: Are there defined standards for SORT, STORE & SHINE? SUSTAIN: Are gains being maintained & building further improvement?

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Visual Management

  • Ability to quickly assess the state of play of an area without asking questions. Metrics: Create a visual of good & bad conditions. Andon: Highlight abnormality visually or audibly. Problem Visualisation & Tracking: Visually track progression, timing & owner of problems. Material Control: Visualise correct quantity of materials are available. Production Status: Clearly visualise the state of the work place, ahead or behind targets.

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Waste Obersvation

  • DEFECTS: Quality escapes, Scrap / rejects, Rework. OVER PRODUCTION: Making more than needed or faster than required. TRANSPORT: Movement of product, materials. WAITING: Idle time when the operator is waiting. EXCESSIVE INVENTORY: More materials in area than required. EXCESSIVE MOTION: Any movement of a person that does not contribute to adding value. EXCESSIVE PROCESSING: Unnecessary effort which adds no value.

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