Evaluate checkpoints by comparing against posted pictures
  • A) ID checkpoint by scanning QR code.

  • B) Does the checkpoint look like the picture posted?

  • IF ANSWER IS NO: Take a picture of checkpoint not meeting expectations (from same angle) AND generate follow up item(s) needed.

  • Take additional pictures showing (if applicable): a) unnecessary equipment, inventory, tools, materials, and supplies found on podiums, cabinets, aisle ways, racks, tables and/or floors within 5S checkpoint. b) materials, tools and machines used in the 5S check point not having a visible, marked and labeled place. c) anything with content that does not have a label. (Cabinets, binders, drawers, desks, tool boxes, racks). d) Equipment, podiums, cabinets, aisle ways, floors and/or racks in the 5S check point are not free of dust, grease, grime and visual defects? i.e. paint chips, dents.

  • When last checkpoint is reviewed, please sing audit AND tap on "Mark as Complete" button.

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