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HOUSEKEEPING & 5 “S”. Housekeeping does not mean only cleanliness, it means much more than only cleanliness. It means cleanliness, tidiness and much more……. Good housekeeping means cleanliness, tidiness and…. Place for every thing & Every thing in it’s place. Why good housekeeping?.

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Good housekeeping means cleanliness tidiness and

Good housekeeping means cleanliness, tidiness and… more than only cleanliness

Place for every thing

&

Every thing in it’s place


Why good housekeeping
Why good housekeeping? more than only cleanliness

Productivity

Safety

Quality

Clean

Environment

Good housekeeping

promotes


How does good housekeeping help
How does good housekeeping help? more than only cleanliness

Inventory of every item

Get rid of unwanted material

Place for every thing

Why do we need?

Low inventory means less cost


How does good housekeeping help1
How does good housekeeping help? more than only cleanliness

Identification system in the dept.

Searching time is eliminated

Every thing in it’s place

Discipline in the dept.

Improved productivity & high moral


Therefore, the first step towards good housekeeping will be to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

Are you ready for this exercise?

1st step in housekeeping.doc


An introduction to 5 s

An introduction to 5 “S” to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

It is a participative programme


An introduction to 5 s1

An introduction to 5 “S” to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

5 “S” is a systematic approach to good housekeeping


An introduction to 5 s2

An introduction to 5 “S” to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

The concept of good housekeeping has been with Japanese for a very long time. At home and school, children are disciplined to adhere to good housekeeping


An introduction to 5 s3

An introduction to 5 “S” to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

It was only in the early 1980s that good housekeeping became a pertinent issue in japanese industries, as companies realised its powerful contribution to productivity and quality improvement.


An introduction to 5 s4

An introduction to 5 “S” to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

The basis for good housekeeping in Japanese companies is a concept popularly known as 5S. This stands for five good housekeeping concepts in Japanese.


Why 5 s is popular in japan
Why 5 S is popular in Japan? to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

  • Workplace becomes clean and better organised,

  • Shop floor and office operations becomes safer and easier.

  • Results are visible.

  • Employees are highly motivated.


What is 5 s
What is 5 “S” to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.


Management’s commitment to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

Management’s involvement

Self sustaining

5 S

Participation by all

Supported

By all


Seiri
SEIRI to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

  • SORTOUTTHEITEMSANDDISCARDTHEUNWANTED

    • Make a list of all the items in the department.

    • The list should include raw material, wip, finished product, tools, tackles, dust bin, facilities like chair, table, bins etc. nothing should be left unlisted.

    • Appropriate authority should decide which items can be disposed off and which items need to be kept in the department.

    • Items marked for disposal should be disposed off in a safe manner.


Seiso
SEISO to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

  • CLEAN THE PLACE THOROUGHLY AND KEEP EVERY THING IN IT’S PLACE.

    • Clean every thing including material, floor, containers, walls, windows etc.

    • If necessary painting also should be done.

    • While painting follow colour codes wherever applicable.

    • Insist on regular cleaning at the end of the work


Seiton
SEITON to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

  • PLACEFOREVERYTHING

    • After disposing unwanted material, provide appropriate place for every item that has to be kept in the department.

    • While providing the place the ergonomic factors and safety aspects have also to be considered.

    • Place for movement of men and material should also be provided.

    • Place should be distinctly identified and marked.

    • Place for display of instructions, posters etc. should also be identified.


Seiketsu
SEIKETSU to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

  • Maintain high standards of housekeeping at workplace at all times.

    • Ensure that people keep the items at designated place after it’s use.

    • If possible, design the system such that if some thing is missing from the place, it is easily highlighted


Shitsuke
SHITSUKE to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

  • Train people to follow good housekeeping discipline.

    • Train people in 5 S, housekeeping etc.

    • Lead by example.

    • Maintain discipline in every aspect


Role of top management in 5 s implementation
Role of top management in 5 “S” implementation to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

  • Play the role of mentor

  • Initiate the 5S programme

  • Provide resources

  • Appreciate the efforts


Role of middle and line management in 5 s implantation
Role of middle and line management in 5 “S” implantation to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

  • Play the role of facilitator

  • Take initiative in his area of work

  • Train the people in 5S

  • Give the feedback


Role of employees in 5 s implementation
Role of employees in 5 “S” implementation to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.

  • Participate actively.

  • Give suggestions.

  • Respect the opinion of others.

  • Be a good team player, and

  • Maintain discipline


MAKE 5 "S" A WAY OF LIFE to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.


Thank you
Thank you to identify if there is a place for every thing in the department, and if every thing is in it’s place.


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