5s training - implementation and understanding
What you'll learn
- 5s principles for manufacturing and quality.
- learn how to make 5s a way of life
- None. Ideal for those trying to implement 5S into your daily work.
When 5S is described it can be explained as ..."A list that describes how to organize a work space for efficiency and effectiveness by identifying and storing the items used, maintaining the area and items, and sustaining the new order. The decision-making process usually comes from a dialogue about standardization, which builds understanding amongst employees of how they should do the work"
Many a time people not to sure how o when to implement 5S or what it is to have it as a Way of life. 5s can be as complicated or as simple as you make it, but the rewards are always there.
In this course we will be reviewing:
•To make it a way of life, and understand how it affects our time and money,
•Each S has it own was of saving or making money.
•Example SET your sock the 5 s way, means you don’t even have to buy new sock due to wearing odds pairs. Saving capabilities of 5s is almost endless.
•SORT your washing so you not dyeing white clothing with you darks and colours
•SHINE Save maintenance wise
•Standard allows more worker freedom
•Sustain, helps reap the rewards of the 5s cycle in a continuous “improved “ way.
Hope you all enjoy it ,
It's easy to understand for all levels :D
Who this course is for:
- Quality engineers, manufacturing engineers, process engineers engineer in general.
Hardworking Aeronautical engineer with a good understanding of maintenance engineering (active and reactive), quality engineering (Inspection, reworking and documentation) and Prototyping and testing. Currently working for Sure Chill in liaison with UNICEF, WHO and UN as a prototype and test engineer and previously employed as a quality inspector at PRV engineering and recently working as a quality inspector at Renold Hi Tech Couplings and Gears and previously working a Quality and Operations Administrator role at Euro Bond Doors. Prior to this I have worked as a condition monitoring engineer ,maintenance engineer, assembler, general associate and a quality inspection roles at Honda manufacturing UK...etc