5S & Workplace Organisation

By: Business Impact UK Ltd  24/04/2013
Keywords: improvements, Workplace Organisation

5S is a basic, fundamental, systematic approach for productivity, quality and safety improvement in all types of business. The 5S’s are: Sort: the first step in making things clean and organised Set: in order – organise, identify and arrange everything in a work area Shine: regular cleaning and maintenance Standardise: make it easy to maintain Sustain: maintaining what has been accomplished Who is it for? • Management involved in leading 5S implementation • Employees involved in everyday operations that could apply 5S Benefits: • Tangible improvements within your workplace • Improved employee skill levels • Increased product and process quality • Immediate results • Improved Health & Safety • Decreased down time

Keywords: improvements, Workplace Organisation

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