5S are five terms beginning with “S” utilized to create a workplace suited for visual control and lean production.
5S represents systematic approach for productivity, quality and safety improvement in all types of business. One of the important approaches in journey of continuous improvement is 5S.
To study the practical approach of 5’S system and enable company employees to practice 5’S methods at their workplace
- Practical Approach
- Preparation of audit check list
- Documentation on Red tag strategy
Engineers, managers, supervisors, maintenance support, manufacturing personnel and change agents. Essentially the personnel from Design, Quality Control, Production, and Service departments. Organizations at any level of a lean journey, either in the beginning stages or in more intermediate phases.
- Training program sponsor to ensure 100% attendance of trainees.
- Arrangement of training room at plant premises.
- Participants can bring their real life problems and the relevant data during the work shop.
- The discussions will be held after each concept presentation
- Training Material, Templates.
Post program Support:
- Chargeable Revisit if necessary, Communication support in case of any query.
Travel and Accommodation support:
- Mutual /based on location.
Who Should Attend?
For all Middle/Senior management employees from Mfg/Operation, Sales & Service, HRD, Finance department, & other department employees of an Organization.
In house training program can be organized for a group of 15 to 20 nos of participants your work place(per batch).
Course Duration: 1 Day
5’s Course Content
- 5S awareness
- What is 5S, concept & introduction
- Waste elimination
- Sixth S, Safety
- Office 5S
- Total employees’ involvement
- Implementation of shop floor(exercise)
Kaizen Course Content
- Kaizen awareness
- Kaizen introduction, Why Kaizen
- How to book Kaizen idea
- Kaizen sheet
- Kaizen on:- Productivity, Cost, Delivery
- Safety, Morale, Environment,
- Kaizen sustenance
- Role of Management: Tp/Middle
Take Away of the Program
- Good housekeeping culture
- Helpful for reducing waste in an organization, building up a safety culture on the shop floor
- One Small improvement makes a big change in an organization as well as the morale of an employee.
Six Sigma Wikipedia –https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Six_Sigma