5S The Japanese Practice of Good Housekeeping

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  • Phase 1.
    Training and installation of the 5S Core Group.This is a 1-day seminar-workshop to provide employees with the required knowledge, skills and attitudes in rolling out the 5S system and the required guidelines for the installation/operationalization of the 5S small groups
  • Phase 2.
    Operationalization of the 5S small groups for company-wide rollout, four (4) visits.This phase is the activity to complete operationalization of the 5S system company-wide. Company-wide operationalization is the period when the 5S structure, policies and systems have been put in place. Each small group has formulated, implemented and evaluated its first 5S project.