5S Audit Software

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Lean 5S Management

5S Audit Management Solution enables businesses to perform and report 5S control steps in a digital and systematic way.

  • Seiri
  • Seiton
  • Seiso
  • Seiketsu
  • Shitsuke
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Periodic 5S Audits

With the 5S solution, you can create your audit areas, plan your monthly and weekly audits, and perform audits of inspection, cleaning and maintenance processes. In addition, 5S area supervisors can evaluate the audits performed through the application.

Statistics and Reporting of 5S Processes

All 5S, cleaning and maintenance checks are digitally archived in the system. The reports include the audited areas, compliance with the criteria, deficiencies, suggestions for improvement and action plans. 5S supervisors can track process progress and create improvement plans for deficiencies through the report and statistics screens.

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5S is a management methodology that refers to five different steps in Japanese and is used to increase order and efficiency in workplaces. The 5S concept comes from the initials of the Japanese words Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Sekiketsu and Shitsuke.

  1. Sort (Seiri): Seiri aims to identify and eliminate unnecessary items in the workplace. With Seiri, only the necessary items are found in the workplace, the excess is removed, and more space is created in the workplace.
  2. Set in Order (Seiton): Seiton is the step that aims to effectively organize the remaining items in the workplace.  Organizing things ensures that things can be easily found, time loss is prevented and productivity is increased.
  3. Shine (Seiso): Seiso is the 5S step that aims to keep the workplace clean and organized. In this step, cleaning routines are established, and cleaning tasks are identified and performed regularly.
  4. Standardize (Seiketsu): Seiketsu is the step that aims to continuously maintain and standardize 5S practices. The continuity of 5S processes is ensured in line with the determined standards.
  5. Sustain (Shitsuke): Shitsuke is the step that aims to implement 5S processes with discipline. When 5S principles are adhered to in a disciplined manner, productivity in the workplace is expected to increase. For this reason, Shitsuke is closely related to the other 4 steps.
  • The 5S methodology allows employees to quickly and easily get what they need by eliminating clutter and streamlining the business. This helps increase productivity.
  • A clean and tidy workplace creates a safer environment. In this way, it ensures that potential risks and hazards that may arise in the working environment are determined and eliminated in advance.
  • Orderliness in the workplace eliminates the risk of materials being lost. This results in reduced waste and lowered costs.

Once you have implemented the 5S in the workplace, it is very important to maintain it. You can implement and maintain 5S by following these steps:

  • Make it a habit

5S must be adopted by the employees and must be made a habit. Employees should be encouraged to sequence, streamline, polish, standardize and maintain on a daily basis.

  • Include Everyone in the Process

Everyone in the business, including management, employees and customers, must be included in the 5S.

  • Celebrate Achievements

Celebrating achievements throughout the 5S journey is essential. This helps employees stay motivated and engaged.

  • Continuous improvement

5S is part of the continuous improvement process. Employees should be encouraged to continually identify areas for improvement in the workplace and make improvements.

Can the 5S Approach be Applied in Every Sector?

5S can be applied in any industry, regardless of the size and type of business. It enables to increase efficiency, effectiveness and safety in different sectors. Here are some examples of how 5S is used in different industries:

  • Production: The 5S method can be used in the manufacturing industry to improve material flow, increase safety in the production environment and reduce waste.
  • Retail: 5S can be used to consolidate the layout of retail outlets, reduce theft, and improve customer service.
  • Health: The 5S Method can be used in the healthcare industry to improve the organization of medical supplies, improve patient care, and reduce the risk of infection.
  • Office: The 5S method can be used to organize office files, eliminate clutter, streamline the work environment and increase employee productivity.

The 5S layout encourages waste elimination and continuous improvement. Continuous improvement ensures that areas that require improvement and are inefficient in business processes are identified and resolved. Eliminating waste increases profitability. Establishing order creates a more positive work environment and enables employees to work more efficiently. All of these together form the factors that support the growth of the business.

The five basic steps of the 5S method reduce clutter in the workplace and help eliminate potential hazards that employees may encounter.

The total time required to implement the 5S Methodology of each business will vary depending on its size and complexity. Therefore, it may take a different period of time, from a few weeks to several months, for each business to implement the 5S Methodology.

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