• Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Workplace organisation

  • Many work stations have clutter and debris laying around that is not in use to accomplish the required tasks.

  • The workstations are all organised such that the only materials and tools present are regularly in use.

  • There is no organised approach to the placement of necessary materials and tools at the workstations

  • Inspections reveal that the work stations are well organised and materials and tools are in there proper place/s.

  • The workplace is extremely dirty and dis-organised.

  • The workplace is neat and clean

  • Workers are not expected to maintain the cleanliness and organisation of their workplace

  • Workers use cleaning standards, 5s audits and checklists and are responsible for organising and cleaning their workstations.

  • There are no documented standards to follow for workplace organisation.

  • Team members have workplace responsibilities and there is evidence that the responsibilities are being carried out in accordance with documented standards.

  • Red tags have been used to identify unneeded items, engineering issues and ergonomic problems.

  • There is evidence that supervision, management and senior management are taking part and supporting 5s activities.

  • The workforce has been trained in 5s and fully understand the role they play in sustaining 5s standards.

Total Productive Maintenance

  • Productive maintenance is not in evidence

  • TPM is evident and documented. Task lists are regularly used, prioritised & filed.

  • Equipment histories are not kept

  • Equipment histories are maintained, analysed, and used to help establish preventative maintenance priorities.

  • Response to breakdowns Is not organised

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