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  • MACHINES (Equipment and annexes, cases, motors, etc.). All items not necessary for performing tasks are removed from the area and discarded. Only items needed are present at the work. Nothing is placed on top of machines, cabinets, equipment, etc. Nothing leans against the walls or columns, fences, deflectors, etc.

  • MATERIALS (tubes, patrons, protectors, etc.). There is no obsolete scrap, excess raw materials & finished products. Only materials needed are present at the work.

  • FACILITIES (pipes, boards, bookcases, desks, windows, etc.). Facilities are properly identified and painted. Installations are sufficient and in good condition

  • TOOLS (grinding, hydro washing machines, pumps, plugs, mandrels, rolls, saw, hand tools and others)<br>. There are no tools not frequently used. Tools are moved to a separate storage based on clear rules (e.g. tools used only once a week must be stored at area XYZ).<br>

  • DOCUMENTS. Only documents necessary to the work area are stored at the work stations. No unlabeled binders / documents are present. Obsolete or unused documents are routinely purged.


  • MATERIALS (pipes, reference pipes, protectors, couplings, scrap, etc.). Work in process and finished goods are not left to sit directly on the floor. Large items are positioned on the floor or on a rack in clearly marked areas. Storage of boxes, containers, and material are always neat, at right angles and in good condition to be used.

  • CONSUMABLE (oils, greases, lubricants, paints, slings, etc.). There is a dedicated clearly marked location for consumables. These products have to be in the right quantity and classified by product and risk criteria.

  • TOOLS (grinding, hydro washing machines, pumps, plugs, mandrels, rolls, saw, hand tools and others). Tools, jigs and fixtures are arranged so they can be easily accessed when setups are made. The same for gauge, and measuring equipment used to monitor quality. Tools, jigs and fixtures are in good condition and clearly labelled at a visible storage area.

  • EMERGENCY ACCESS. Fire hoses and emergency equipment are unobstructed and stored in a prominent easy locate manner. Emergency stop switches and breakers are marked and color-coded for easy visibility. Emergency equipment (extinguishers, eyes washing stations) are checked as required.

  • FACILITIES (pipes, boards, racks, shelves, desks etc.). Facilities are arranged, divided and clearly labeled such that it is obvious where items are to be stored and where they should be returned. Recipients of oils or other flammable liquids have adequate spill-proof containers.

  • EVERYTHING. Overall impression: There is an adequate location for everything.


  • MACHINES (Equipment and annexes, shelves, boxes, etc.). All machines are clean and free of debris, oil and dirt. All machines and equipment are painted, identified in the moving parts, kept clean and free of debris, oil and dirt by daily routine care. There are no places in the area less than two meters high that require painting.

  • SHOP FLOOR. All floors are clean and free of debris, oil and dirt.

  • OPERATIVE PATHWAYS (Equipment and products access, etc.). Pathways are clearly marked and free of obstacles. Aisles, walkways and vehicles ways are clearly identified. Aisles are free of material and obstructions. Nothing is ever placed on the lines and objects are always placed at right angles to the aisle lines.

  • CLEANING EQUIPMENT. All cleaning equipment is stored in a neat manner. Handy and easily available when needed.

  • WASTE DISPOSAL. All kinds of waste are collected in suitable containers. Containers are sufficient

  • SIGNALS. Risk areas are perfectly identified (flammable chemicals, etc.) Posters and signals are adequate, clean and updated.

  • STAFF FACILITIES (workstation, bathrooms, changing rooms, etc.). All facilities are clean across care of daily routine. Floors, furniture, glass, lighting, equipment comfort (cold / hot) are adequate and are in perfect conditions.


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