5s-The Practice of Good Housekeeping

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THE PRACTICE OFGOOD HOUSEKEEPING: : 

PLEASE COME IN!TULOY PO KAYO!DAYON MO! 5S THE PRACTICE OFGOOD HOUSEKEEPING:

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R O A D M A P Objectives of 5S What is 5S? 5S: The Practice of Good Housekeeping Importance of 5S Benefits of 5S Key Points to Sustain 5S

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OBJECTIVE To disseminate information about 5s. To inform the importance of 5s to the personnel. To teach the personnel on how to practice 5s properly and effectively.

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R O A D M A P Objectives of 5S What is 5S? 5S: The Practice of Good Housekeeping Importance of 5S Benefits of 5S Key Points to Sustain 5S

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5S is a systematized approach to organized work areas, keep rules and standards, and maintain the discipline needed to do an excellent job. WHAT IS 5S?

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R O A D M A P Objectives of 5S What is 5S? 5S: The Practice of Good Housekeeping Importance of 5S Benefits of 5S Key Points to Sustain 5S

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5S

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5S

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First S SORT (MAG-URI) MANGUKAY “Take out unnecessary items and dispose”.

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SORT (MAG-URI) MANGUKAY Look around and dispose all unnecessary items. A. Eliminate obstacles to make work easy. B. Eliminate the need to take care of unnecessary items. C. Provide no chance of being disturbed with unnecessary items. D. Prevent accumulation of unnecessary items.

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If you and your colleagues cannot decide if an item is necessary or unnecessary, put a “Disposal Notice” with the date on the item, and set the item aside. SORT (MAG-URI) MANGUKAY

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3. Use “Stock Cards” for an inventory of office supplies. SORT (MAG-URI) MANGUKAY

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After a period, say three months, check if someone needed the item or not. A. Sell to outside the company B. Move to other section where the item is needed C. Throw it away, or dispose as garbage D. It is better to make people know who has the authority for disposal E. Make known to the people where to return excessive stock of materials and supplies. F. Look at every corner like when you’re looking for cockroaches. SORT (MAG-URI) MANGUKAY

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Second S SYSTEMATIZE (MAG-AYOS) MAMAHIG “Arrange necessary items in good order for use”.

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SYSTEMATIZE (MAG-AYOS) MAMAHIG Take into account the flow of your work, movement of forklifts/carts from the point of view of safe and efficient operations. A. Place goods in wider frontage along passages B. Store goods for 1st-in-1st-out retrieval C. Label items & their location systematically D. Separate tools from common ones E. Put frequently used items nearer F. “Only feet on the ground”

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Put most frequently needed item close to the user so as to minimize the movement of the person. SYSTEMATIZE (MAG-AYOS) MAMAHIG

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3. Make a list of things with their locations and put it on locker/cabinets. Label each drawer to show what is kept inside for ease in locating items. SYSTEMATIZE (MAG-AYOS) MAMAHIG

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4. Apply the same principles and indicate the places where fire extinguishers are located, passages for forklifts, warning signs for safety such as exits. SYSTEMATIZE (MAG-AYOS) MAMAHIG

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Third S SWEEP (MAGLINIS) MANGLIMPYO “Clean your workplace”

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SWEEP (MAGLINIS) MANGLIMPYO Do not wait until things get dirty. Clean your workplace, including machines and equipment, tools and furnitures, regularly. A. Remove dusts & cobwebs from walls B. Paint walls & ceilings with appropriate colors C. Prepare cleaning schedules & assign a person responsible for equipment & maintenance of an area or storage

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2. Put aside 3 minutes everyday for SEISO. 3. You and your colleagues should be responsible for the work area around you. 4. Never throw anything and make it your habit. 5. Cleaning is also checking. SWEEP (MAGLINIS) MANGLIMPYO

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Fourth S SANITIZE (MAGPANATILI) MAG-SIGE “Maintain high standard of housekeeping”.

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SANITIZE (MAGPANATILI) MAG-SIGE So as not to waste your efforts, do not stop after implementing initial 3S’s. 1. Make a schedule for cleaning of your workplace.

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2. Interdepartmental competition / 5S Evaluation Sheet A. Indicate the name(s) of the person who is responsible for the work area and for the machine. B. Regular inspection and evaluation by a 5S committee. C. Do not only criticize poor cases, but also praise and commend good practices or good performers. SANITIZE (MAGPANATILI) MAG-SIGE

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5S EVALUATION SHEET (Encircle the number, which describes the condition at your workplace) Preparing for tomorrow after finishing work; Coming early to check machine condition; Good cooperation among workers. 5 People follow rules; but just to start work on time, without enough preparation for the work. 3 No work discipline, people do what they like. 1 SELF-DISCIPLINE Do things spontaneously without being told or ordered. Dust and dirt are completely shut out. 5 Workplace is tidy but not completely clean. 3 No attention is given to keep workplace neat and tidy. 1 SANITIZE Maintain high standard of housekeeping. Workplace and machines are completely cleaned. Every nook and corner are free of dust. 5 Workplace and machines are partially cleaned. (Center and surface only) 3 Workplace as well as machine is dirty and untidy; many things are scattered around. 1 SWEEP Clean your workplace. Necessary things are always arranged in good order for quick use. 5 Necessary things are arranged but not in good/systematic order. (Not good for quick use.) 3 Workers often spend time looking for necessary things 1 SYSTEMATIZE Arrange necessary items in good order for use. Unnecessary things not found at any time. 5 Unnecessary items are disposed, but not regularly 3 A lot of unnecessary things are at the workplace. 1 SORT Take out unnecessary items and dispose. EXCELLENT FAIR POOR Inspected by: _______________________ Date of Inspection: ______________________ Area/Location: __________________ Reviewed by: _______________________

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Fifth S SELF-DISCIPLINE(MAGKAROON NG SARILING DISIPLINA) MAGDISIPLINA SA KAUGALINGON “Do things spontaneously without being told or ordered”.

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“CLAYGO” Clean As You Go Eat and smoke at designated areas Key workplace always clean & tidy Wear clean uniform & shoes Follow safety rules Put things back in their proper place after use 7. Work according to standards 8. 30 – second rule SELF-DISCIPLINE (MAGKAROON NG SARILING DISIPLINA) MAGDISPLINA SA KAUGALINGON

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R O A D M A P Objectives of 5S What is 5S? 5S: The Practice of Good Housekeeping Importance of 5S Benefits of 5S Key Points to Sustain 5S

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QUALITY - Prevent errors PRODUCTIVITY - Eliminate wastes SAFETY - Prevent accidents EQUIPMENT - Eliminate maintenance RELIABILITY breakdowns IMPORTANCE OF 5S

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R O A D M A P Objectives of 5S What is 5S? 5S: The Practice of Good Housekeeping Importance of 5S Benefits of 5S Key Points to Sustain 5S

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INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS OF 5S 5S Makes Your Workplace More Pleasant 5S Makes you Work More Efficient 5S Improves Your Safety 5S Improves Quality of Your Work and Your Products

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COMPANY BENEFITS OF 5S 5S increases PRODUCTION 5S improves QUALITY 5S reduces COSTS 5S makes DELIVERY on time 5S improves SAFETY 5S improves MORALE

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R O A D M A P Objectives of 5S What is 5S? 5S: The Practice of Good Housekeeping Importance of 5S Benefits of 5S Key Points to Sustain 5S

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KEY POINTS TO SUSTAIN 5S