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5S Levels of Achievement (p.177). Christie Hutchison. http://beyondlean.wordpress.com/2011/09/07/keys-to-sustaining-5s/. 5 S’s Levels. Sort Set in Order Shine Standardize Sustain. Just beginning Focus on basics Make it visual Focus on reliability Continuous improvement.

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5s levels of achievement p 177

5S Levels of Achievement (p.177)

Christie Hutchison

http://beyondlean.wordpress.com/2011/09/07/keys-to-sustaining-5s/


5 s s levels

5 S’s Levels

  • Sort

  • Set in Order

  • Shine

  • Standardize

  • Sustain

  • Just beginning

  • Focus on basics

  • Make it visual

  • Focus on reliability

  • Continuous improvement

ETM 591CLHCH 37 p. 177


Sort declutter

Sort – “Declutter”

http://www.e-crane.com/5s-method-implemented-by-e-crane-worldwide/

  • Just beginning:

  • Focus on basics:

  • Make it visual:

  • Focus on reliability:

  • Continuous improvement:

Needed and not needed items are identified; those not needed are gone

Necessary and unnecessary items are identified; those not needed are gone

Initial cleaning is done and mess sources are known and corrected

Cleaning schedules and responsibilities are documented and followed

Cleanliness problem areas are identified and mess prevention actions are in place

Source: Dean Figure 7.1

ETM 591CLHCH 37 p. 177


Set in order organize

Set in Order - “Organize”

  • Just beginning:

  • Focus on basics:

  • Make it visual:

  • Focus on reliability:

  • Continuous improvement:

Items are randomly placed throughout the workplace

Needed items are safely stored and organized according to usage frequency

Needed items are outlined, dedicated locations are labeled in planned quantities

Minimal needed items arranged in manner based on retrieval frequency

Needed items can be retrieved in 30 seconds with minimum steps

http://www.e-crane.com/5s-method-implemented-by-e-crane-worldwide/

Source: Dean Figure 7.1

ETM 591CLHCH 37 p. 177


Shine label

Shine – “Label”

http://www.e-crane.com/5s-method-implemented-by-e-crane-worldwide/

  • Just beginning:

  • Focus on basics:

  • Make it visual:

  • Focus on reliability:

  • Continuous improvement:

Key area items checked are not identified and are unmarked

Key area items are marked to check and required level of performance noted

Visual controls and indicators are set and marked for work area

Work area cleaning, inspection, and supply restocking done daily

Potential problems are identified and countermeasures documented

Source: Dean Figure 7.1

ETM 591CLHCH 37 p. 177


Standardize rules

Standardize – “Rules”

http://www.e-crane.com/5s-method-implemented-by-e-crane-worldwide/

  • Just beginning:

  • Focus on basics:

  • Make it visual:

  • Focus on reliability:

  • Continuous improvement:

Work area methods are not always followed and are not documented

Work group has documented area arrangement and controls

Agreements on labeling, quantities, and controls are documented

Proven methods for area arrangement and practices are used in the area

Proven methods for area arrangement and practices are share and used

Source: Dean Figure 7.1

ETM 591CLHCH 37 p. 177


Sustain enforcement

Sustain – “Enforcement”

http://www.e-crane.com/5s-method-implemented-by-e-crane-worldwide/

  • Just beginning:

  • Focus on basics:

  • Make it visual:

  • Focus on reliability:

  • Continuous improvement:

Work area checks are randomly done and there is no 5S measurement

Initial 5S level is established and is posted in the area

Work group is routinely checking area to maintain 5S agreements

Sources, frequency of problems are noted with root cause and corrective action

Root causes are eliminated and improvement actions include prevention

Source: Dean Figure 7.1

ETM 591CLHCH 37 p. 177


Glossary

Glossary

  • 5S (Sort, Set in order, Shine, Standardize, Sustain)A 5S is an improvement activity focused on cleaning up and maintaining the order of a workspace. The intent is to decrease waste, increase flow, and improve quality and productivity by minimizing errors.

ISE 428 ETM 591 JMB CH 37 Examples


References contact information

References / Contact Information

Dean, M.L. (2013). Lean Healthcare Deployment and

Sustainability (p. 177). New York, NY: McGraw Hill.

Contact Information:

Christie Hutchison

[email protected]

ETM 591CLHCH 37 p. 177


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