Course Outline

    Introduction and Overview from Henry Ford’s CANDO to Toyota’s Production System

    5S and Workplace Organisation

    What is 5S and how does it benefit the organisation

    5S the first step in becoming lean

    Waste – what is it? How does it occur? How to identify it and eliminate it?

     How to implement 5S


        How to Sort


    Set in Order

        How and why to Set in Order


        How to Implement Shine and why is it so important


        How to Implement Standardize and dramatically improving productivity


        The most important stage and where your 5S program is most likely to fail


        The sixth S – how to reduce accidents in the workplace


How to Sustain 5S Activities

Tools and Techniques to implement 5S

5S battle plan

Critical Success Factors


There are no specific requirements needed to attend this course.

  7 Hours


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