Six-Sigma15 - Improve by Lean Operation 5S Poke-Yoke...

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Improve by Lean Operation 5S Poke-Yoke, Standard Work Set up time reduction Kaizen
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5S (Housekeeping, Workplace Organization) 5S is a fundamental first step for any manufacturing company, wishing to call itself world class. The presence of a 5S program is indicative of the commitment of senior management to workplace organization, lean manufacturing and the elimination of muda (Japanese for waste). The 5S program mandates that resources be provided in the required location, and be available as needed to support work activities. These ideals ensure that operations and tasks can be executed as required. (Dimancescu, 1997), (Imai, 1997)& (Osada, 1991) Imai (1997) provides a description of 5Ss, which are derived from the first letters of the Japanese words. The five Japanese "5" words for workplace organization are: . Seiko (proper arrangement) . Seiton (orderliness) . Seiketso (Cleanliness) . Seiso (cleanup) . Shitsuke (personal discipline)
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Seiko (proper arrangement) ( 整理 ) , Throw way all the things un-needed Seiton (orderliness) ( 整頓 ) You can find the everything quickly when needed Seiso (cleanup) ( 清掃 ) No excuse for any garbage Seiketso (Cleanliness)( 清潔 ) Sustain the results of the first 3 –S Shitsuke (personal discipline)( 修养 ) Second 5 S Second 5 S (Ricoh, Japan) Smile, Smart, Sensible, Speedy, Systematic Toyota’s 5 S
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Toyota’s 5 S Checklist Seiko (proper arrangement) ( 整理 ) , 1. Red taged everything un-needed? 2. Is there any unnecessary things in the workplace? 3. Do you put infrequently used things in the key area? 4. Is there personal belongings in the key area? Seiton (orderliness) ( 整頓 ) 1. Is bulletin board, table top/inside in order? 2. Are tools locations and labels are all decided, implemented? 3. Are material, tools, products, containers marked and in right places? 4. Any useless stuff in the hallway? Seiso (cleanup) ( 清掃 ) 1. Have people responsible for cleaning in every region assigned? 2. Has the garbage in work area, hallway cleaned up? 3. Is frequent cleaning becoming a habit? 4. Is the work place shining? Seiketso (Cleanliness) )( 清潔 ) 1. Are you cleaning as it goes? 2. Are you putting things back to order as it goes? 3. Is the above 3 s becoming a habit? Shitsuke (personal discipline)( 修养 ) 1. Greeting with high energy, high spirit 2. Smiling, good eye contact 3. Do you help the process up stream/down stream? 4. Do you notice visitors immediately?
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For American companies, the S's are translated into approximate English equivalents: . Sort: Separate out all that is' unneeded and eliminate it. . Straighten: Put things in order, everything has a place. . Scrub (or shine): Clean everything, make the workplace spotless. . Systematize: Make cleaning and checking routine.
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