The 5S concept and the TPM in one set enable management personnel and staff to optimize workflows and to increase productivity and efficiency.
The 5S clarify the five action steps which have to be accomplished to implement 5S successfully and optimize your workflow: Seiri (sort), Seiton (set in order), Seiso (shine), Seiketsu (standardize) and Shitsuke (sustain).
The Japanese 5S concept was created to optimize workflows and to structure and clean up the production sector as well as the work environment in general. Many times the work efficiency is limited and could be improved because a lot of time is wasted with searching and waiting. This is where the work of 5S starts: it clarifies responsibilities, reorganizes work structures and the workplace and increases productivity and efficiency.
TPM (Total Productive Maintenance)
Production processes and workflows in the production sector can be easily optimized with the help of the TPM concept. The TPM is of high significance when maintaining automated production plants and it delegates maintenance responsibilities to the production personnel. Thus, it overcomes the distance between management personnel and staff.
We have combined two tidy-minded methods, which enable you to order and restructure your work environment so that the efficiency of your production will increase distinctly. Both approaches complement each other and perfectly blend together. Although the focus is rather on the production sector, it can be also transferred to any administrative branch.
PowerPoint Bundle Includes:
- definitions of 5S (+ Japanese signs)
- explanations for all five stages
- templates to implement 5S
- red tags (print templates) to categorize and sort items
- action steps
- 5S and change management
- templates to integrate key persons in the 5S process (+image placeholders)
- definitions and key terms
- eight Columns of the TPM concept
- five stages of the optimization process
- TPM advantages
- detailed instructions
- charts to illustrate processes