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Six Sigma 6S PowerPoint Diagram is the modification of the 5S methodology, adding Safety as the sixth S. The method follows a step by step process that standardizes processes. Hence, making them more efficient and less stressful for employees in the workplace.

So, the method is now known as the improved lean manufacturing, Six Sigma. Designed to create a safe and improve workflow. The lean process is basically a total quality management tool that stands for the following steps, each step starting with S.

  • Set in Order (knows as Straighten or Stabilize)
  • Shine (known as Scrub or Sweep)
  • Standardize

Six Sigma is a unique template design with high-quality diagrams. It helps an organization to focus on the six key elements. The main goal is to provide customers with products and services that satisfy the needs. Hence, the users can use the 6S Lean method to enhance technique initiatives. It is the best tool to use for training and educational aid. You can download other 6s concept PowerPoint presentations to prepare compelling presentations on this topic.

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Introduction to 6S

Part i- background and history of 6s- what makes it so powerful and critical for ... general motors, and boeing have implemented 6s programs with astonishing results. ... – powerpoint ppt presentation.

  • The Basic Building Block for Effective Lean Implementation
  • For Any Organization
  • In this training session you will learn
  • - Part I- Background and History of 6S- What Makes it So Powerful and Critical for Lean Implementation
  • - Part II- The Steps of 6S
  • - Part III- How To Effectively Implement a Cost-Effective 6S Program in Your Organization
  • Instructor Background
  • 10 years of assisting organizations in successfully implementing 6S and Lean Manufacturing.
  • Over 20 years hands-on experience in Manufacturing and Manufacturing Support Leadership in several industries.
  • Certified Lean Practitioner (CLP).
  • 20 years experience as an effective change agent using Lean TQM Theory of Constraints Toyota Production System and other leading-edge systems.
  • In this section you will learn
  • How 6S was developed.
  • What 6S is and why it is critical to lean program success.
  • Why so many organizations fail to implement 6S in their organizational improvement programs.
  • Why 6S is the building block for future lean initiatives.
  • 6S is an approach to workplace organization, orderliness, and cleanliness that can improve
  • (1) A company's image.
  • (2) Improve work place productivity.
  • (3) Eliminate wasted time and motion.
  • (4) Reduce in-process defects and
  • reduce overall cost-of-quality.
  • (3) Create a safer place to work, and
  • (4) Improve morale.
  • Studies have shown that people often spend half their time at work looking for things! Often we don't even notice the waste.
  • Like many things in the work environment, we get used to things being this way and never see the waste right in front of our eyes.
  • 6S helps to eliminate that waste and allows people to work smarter, not harder.
  • Can uncluttered minds with fresh ideas function in cluttered workplaces? The answer is obvious-and the solution so simple." --Norman Bodek
  • Using 6S techniques involves proper labeling and visual signs to create a workplace in which employees
  • - Have the information they need
  • - Know where to find and place
  • tools, equipment and materials.
  • - Understand their work role and - Contribute in a positive way to the
  • the overall success of the company
  • 6S Supports
  • - Supervisors
  • - Employees and
  • - Support Personnel
  • Safely build a consistent quality product.
  • At a low cost.
  • In the necessary quantities.
  • In the shortest lead times
  • With minimal waste.
  • 6S methodology is not an expensive management tool nor is it difficult to implement. It involves
  • Posting information about the job to be done,
  • Organizing the work area (environment),
  • Organizing the equipment and materials to be used, integrated with orderliness discipline and cleanliness.
  • Standard work practices are introduced.
  • Today many organizations such as Toyota, General Motors, and Boeing have implemented 6S programs with astonishing results.
  • But it is an approach that is ideal for small organizations with limited budgets and the public sector as well
  • 6S should be used as a preliminary step to process improvement and be used as the first step in implementing lean principles.
  • Once 6S is implemented, standardized work practices and be developed.
  • In-process quality can be built-in and not
  • inspected in.
  • Because workplace organization and orderliness are intuitively beneficial, it is helpful in getting employee buy-in to other improvement efforts.
  • How It Started
  • In the 1950's the Japanese applied principles they used in their homes to manufacturing. These principles involved cleaning up their facilities, organizing them, labeling and identifying everything (materials, equipment and locations), and most importantly -- doing it in a way that was sustainable. It was called Five S.
  • -The result were factories that American visitors referred to as "parlor factories."
  • -They were white glove clean. No grease, oil, scrap material, waste, or dirt.
  • -Floors were spotless.
  • -Machines shined.
  • -Tools were in their proper places, and readily available for use.
  • -Safety records were perfect.
  • From the initial 5S program, we have now evolved the concepts to be 6Ss- adding safety to the other 5S steps.
  • (We will discuss the 6 steps in greater detail in Part II).
  • The 6S program focuses on having visual order, organization, cleanliness and standardization.
  • The results you can expect from a 6S program are
  • Improved profitability
  • Improved Efficiency
  • Improved Process and Organizational
  • Effectiveness
  • Improved Customer Service and
  • Improved Safety.
  • Improved quality and reduced waste
  • The principles underlying a 6S program at first appear to be simple, obvious common sense. And they are.
  • The simplicity of 6S makes many organizations believe it is not critical to the future success of their other lean efforts.
  • The bottom line is that a 6S program will improve profits, and at the same time improve both quality and safety while enhancing the ability to improve customer service and satisfaction.
  • It does this by
  • - Reducing wasted time and materials
  • - Creating and Maintaining Organization
  • and orderliness.
  • - Improving daily or shift start-up times
  • - Reducing maintenance and downtime
  • - Improving efficiency and productivity
  • - Improving employee morale and
  • - Simplifying the work environment.
  • - Providing timely information through visual management techniques
  • Everyone and all types of business benefit from having a 6S program.
  • Manufacturing and industrial plants.
  • A retail store.
  • Accounting firms and offices.
  • A power plant.
  • Television stations.
  • Administrative Functions/Areas.
  • Maintenance.
  • Benefits of lean manufacturing cannot succeed in a workplace that is cluttered, disorganized, or dirty.
  • Poor workplace conditions lead to wastes such as extra motion to avoid obstacles, time spent searching for things, and delays due to defects, machine failures, or accidents.
  • Establishing basic workplace conditions is an essential first step in creating a manufacturing cell.
  • In many companies, employee teams use the 6S system to improve and standardize workplace conditions for safe and effective operation
  • In our efforts to start doing something most organizations fail to understand the significance of implementing an effective 6S program first, then introduce other tools and initiatives afterwards
  • The significance of the 6S program is that it
  • - Allows a simple starting point for employee involvement and understanding of what the organization is striving to achieve with Lean.
  • - If an organization cannot effectively implement 6S, it will find it nearly impossible to effectively implement other Lean initiatives.
  • - If you cant do the basics right, you wont get the more complex tasks right either.
  • Review of Part I
  • Describe in your own words, what 6S is.
  • List 5 goals or results that a 6S program strives to attain.
  • Why should a 6S program be the first step in an organizations lean initiative?
  • If 6S concepts and methods are so simple, why do most companies fail to achieve the goals of a 6s program?
  • In this section, you will learn
  • The 6S Steps.
  • Does this describe your work areas?
  • Space is crowded with parts and tools
  • Equipment is dirty and the work place unorganized.
  • Too many things packed into storage spaces.
  • Work areas are used as storage spaces instead of work spaces.
  • Information is posted and available, yet no one seems to know what is going on.
  • Accidents are just waiting to happen
  • Administrative work areas are unorganized and cluttered.
  • These are signs that your facility is in need of a 5S Program and can reap significant benefits from implementing 6S!!!!
  • Most organizations look like they need to have a garage sale.
  • There is never enough space to place things or create a new plant layout.
  • Equipment is placed wherever there is an opening.
  • Plant expansions are being considered because of not enough space.
  • People spend up to 50 of their time looking for tools, materials or resources.
  • What is each S?
  • SORT (SEIRI)- Get rid of clutter
  • SET IN ORDER (SEITON)- Organize the work area
  • SHINE (SEISO)- Clean the work area
  • STANDARDIZE (SEIKETSU)- Use standard methods to keep Sort, Set In Order, and Shine to a condition
  • SUSTAIN (SHITSUKE)- Maintain through empowerment, commitment, and discipline
  • - SAFETY - Preventing accidents and injuries while enhancing safety consciousness.
  • SORT (Clean Up) (Seiri)
  • This is step 1 in a Five S program
  • Sorting" means to sort through everything in each work area.
  • - Go through and inventory everything.
  • - Keep only what is necessary.
  • - Materials, tools, equipment and supplies that are not frequently used should be moved to a separate, common storage area.
  • - Items that are not used should be discarded.
  • Get rid of what you dont need.
  • Rid the workplace of all unnecessary items.
  • Separate the unnecessary from the necessary.
  • You need to make room for what you really do need.
  • Sort (SEIRI)
  • Once you have eliminated unnecessary items from an area, you can finally see the true space that you have.
  • Most organizations find they will have 20 - 50 more floor/office space than before just by eliminating unnecessary items from each work place.
  • Many plant expansion plans have been able to be put on hold once a Sort/Clean-Up program has shown how much wasted space the organization had.
  • SORT (SEIRI)-
  • Unless this initial step of sorting/cleaning--u p is done, moving equipment creating new line layouts work flow and creating standardized work practices will result in less than desired results.
  • SET IN ORDER (SEITON)-
  • - Straightening means to create a place
  • everything put everything in is place.
  • - Once only necessary items are in a workplace, it becomes easier to organize what remains to create the most optimum and effective workplace layout and work flow.
  • SET IN ORDER (SEITON)
  • Examples of setting-in order
  • Using Shadow Boards to show where tools, equipment and materials are place and returned, each time, every time
  • Crib Areas , Material Storage and Parts Storage cages/areas are located near the work center(s) where the tools, equipment and materials are directly used.
  • Reduces transportation needs inventory control costs and insures timely availability to the using work center.
  • Set up tooling and dies along with set-up reduction practices can now be implemented to further reduce costs and wastes associated with lengthy set-ups.
  • - Equipment problems (oil leaks for example) can now be identified earlier, thereby, improving maintenance costs and equipment up-time, all because it is easier to see things in the work place once it is organized cleaned and set-in-order.
  • Once you have organized the work area and gotten rid of unnecessary items and set-in-order, it becomes necessary to clean the work area so it shines constantly.
  • In most organizations, shine is not existent because no one is given the time or understands the importance of keeping things clean.
  • Production and getting the job out are the excuses that are most often given why peoples work areas not maintained in a shine state.
  • This is also where it is appropriate to introduce Total Predictive Maintenance (TPM) to improve equipment reliability and up-time performance.
  • When a work area is kept in shine, abnormal conditions are easier to spot and take care of before they become larger problems.
  • A work area kept in shine presents an image of high-quality capability.
  • A clean work area improves employee pride and morale.
  • Time must be given to keep work areas in shine state every day. Each person understands their role in keeping their areas clean.
  • STANDARDIZE (SEIKETSU)- Use standard methods to keep Sort, Set In Order, and Shine to a condition.
  • Standardized work practices and procedures form the basis for continuous improvement (KAIZEN) while maintaining the benefits of Sort Set-in-Order and Shine.
  • Without Standardizing, the benefits and gains attained with the first 3 steps will be eroded over time and most likely everything will slowly revert back to the old way.
  • In this step, managers/supervisors will develop standardize work procedures/practices that will serve to train new employees in 6S as well as insure that current employees continue to maintain the 6S ways.
  • Once managers/supervisors have written the standardize work procedures, employees should be given opportunity to review and offer input.
  • Be alert to resistance to change.
  • Understand the concept that it takes a person doing something 21 times before it becomes a habit.
  • Be aware that people will naturally try to do things their way in the belief that they are more productive doing it the way they prefer.
  • All shifts, all employees must perform procedures and practices as written and standardize, or things will revert back to the old way.
  • - It is critical that managers and supervisors constantly reinforce the standard practices and take immediate corrective action when non-conformance to standard practices are observed.
  • - This is often the most common cause for back-sliding to the old methods.
  • SUSTAIN (SHITSUKE)- (Discipline)
  • Practice good work habits to maintain the other Ss.
  • Develop a sense of self-discipline to always work according to the 6S principles. No deviation.
  • Utilize problem-solving techniques to resolve day-to-day 6S problems and involve those doing the work in identifying and solving problems in their areas of responsibility.
  • Communicate the success of the 6S program and expand throughout entire organization.
  • Safety is priority 1.
  • Safety and quality go hand-in-hand.
  • Safety improves as the other Ss are established.
  • Safety is a critical element of any incentive or bonus program.
  • A safety consciousness must be developed in order to minimize accidents, injuries and near misses.
  • All accidents can be prevented must be understood by everyone.
  • Each person must accept their personal responsibility and accountability for safety.
  • Each person accepts their responsibility and accountability for observing and correcting the unsafe behavior of other team members.
  • Heinrichs Principle states - For every 3000 potential hazards in the workplace, it will result in
  • 300 near misses.
  • 29 minor accidents/injuries.
  • 1 major accident/injury.
  • - Studies have verified that in a typical organization there are several times the 3000 potential hazards.
  • - Zero Accidents and Injuries can only be attained when accident prevention, through hazard identification and elimination, is the stated goal of all safety programs and actions.
  • HAZARD RECOGNITION
  • Definition of Hazard
  • Any equipment, device, material, workplace or situation which may endanger a person or damage equipment.
  • Toyota Production System
  • Hazard recognition must be a basic job responsibility of each person in the work place.
  • Hazard recognition asks
  • Is this a dangerous situation?
  • Are there equipment, materials, or environmental hazards in the area?
  • Is anyone in my area doing anything that could be dangerous or is not consistent with safety practices?
  • Is everyone in my areas wearing the required personal protective equipment?
  • What am I going to do about it if I answered YES to any of the above 4 questions?
  • Tools for improving safety
  • Job Safety Analysis (JSAs).
  • Personal Protection Survey.
  • Safety Training.
  • Safety Committee.
  • Safety Polices.
  • Incentives for working safely.
  • Recognition for Safety Records.
  • Establishment of concrete, measurable safety goals.
  • Review of Part II
  • Describe your organizations current state of 6S readiness, based upon what you have learned in Part Two.
  • Name each of the 6S Steps providing an brief explanation of how each step is applied.
  • Name at least three areas within your organization which would benefit from participating in a 6S event.
  • How To Effectively Implement
  • a 6S Program in Any
  • Organization
  • - Determine need for a 6S program within the organization.
  • This will usually be a top-level management and strategic decision.
  • Select a 6S Facilitator who will be responsible for developing, facilitating and implementing 6S projects throughout the company.
  • Conduct 6S Training
  • Determine who will attend the initial training.
  • Include Managers, Supervisors and employees.
  • Preferably conduct training as part of a in-house 6S Event, using the skills as they are taught in an actual project area within the organization.
  • Conduct training.
  • Select 6S Project Area
  • NOTE If training is not done in-house as part of a 6S event, then once training has been completed, selection of a 6s Project area would be done.
  • Select a project area where there is high visibility and if successful, can be used to generate enthusiasm and support for other 6S projects in the organization.
  • Select Initial 6S Project Team
  • Once training has been completed and a initial 6s Project selected, select a 6S Project Team.
  • Team Members should be selected, based upon leadership motivation to participate openness to change and ability to help sell the 6S project results to others in the organization.
  • Organizational 6S Facilitator would be the Project Teams Sponsor and assist in managing the 6S project and Team.
  • Conduct 6S Project
  • Establish procedures and scope of authority for project team.
  • Establish how Sort and Set-in Order steps will be implemented as part of the project (detail process follows on later slides).
  • Establish a regular communication/feedback schedule where 6S Team reports on progress and results.
  • Establish concrete and measurable goals for the team in order to determine success.
  • Establish project schedule and milestones.
  • (6) Hold final review meeting with Project Team to finalize results costs, benefits and lessons learned.
  • (7) Communicate 6S project results to rest of the organization.
  • (8) If successful, establish plan for future 6S projects within the company.
  • (9) Develop further Lean Initiatives.
  • Sort Process
  • Management team establishes guidelines to determine what is a necessary item and what is an unnecessary item.
  • These guidelines should be in writing and clearly explained and understood by 6S project team and anyone involved in Sort process.
  • Establish a tagging system to tag and identify each item in the selected area.
  • (4) Tagging System will use color coded tags to be placed on each item -
  • - RED TAG- Not needed item. Can be disposed of immediately.
  • - YELLOW TAG- Unnecessary item for this area. Move to central location or the area where item is used for further determination by Management Team as to disposition.
  • - GREEN TAG- Necessary item for this area. Stays.
  • - WHITE TAG- Unnecessary but may be needed within next 6 moths. Move to pre-determined area. If not used within 6 months- dispose of at that time.
  • NOTE Disposal can be either scrap or sold to someone else.
  • (5) All tags will have place for information to be written on the tag
  • - Item Identification.
  • - Estimate value of item.
  • - Disposition.
  • -Tag Number.
  • (6) Each tag will be accounted for and as used put on a Master List.
  • (7) Once all items in an area have been tagged and accounted for on the Master List, 6S Team will review list and tagging with Management Team to insure agreement on tagging and disposition.
  • (8) Any disputes are resolved by these two teams.
  • (9) Once RED TAGGED ITEMS (Not Necessary) are agreed to, determine disposition means and establish date to be disposed of.
  • (10) Follow up on date items were to be disposed of and determine if it has been accomplished.
  • (11) Calculate the costs of items RED TAGGED and disposed of any money from sales.
  • (12) Calculate the square footage freed up by the Tagging Process and calculate the cost savings, based upon total facility square footage and inventory costs.
  • (13) Move all YELLOW TAGGED ITEMS to the central location or to the area where used. Insure further disposition is done.
  • (14) Move all WHITE TAGGED ITEMS to pre-determined storage area for storage. Review in 6 months. Dispose of any items not used by that time.
  • (15) Keep all GREEN TAGGED ITEMS in the area.
  • (16) Conduct general housekeeping to clean up general area.
  • Set-In-Order
  • After Sort has been completed, you can proceed with setting-in order.
  • Determine use of Shadow Boards and other techniques for improved material, tools and equipment placement.
  • Establish specific places for forklifts, etc and mark off designated area on floor where each forklift or other equipment will be stored when not in use.
  • (4) Use color tape and.or paint to draw areas for equipment placement tools placement material placement, based upon analysis of improved layout and flow of materials and products.
  • (5) Establish a Total Predictive Maintenance Facilitator and establish a TPM Team.
  • (6) Conduct TPM training for TPM Team Members.
  • (7) Select TPM Project Area.
  • (8) Establish TPM project goals that are measurable
  • (9) Establish Work Standardization Team to develop program on developing writing and implementing standardized work procedures.
  • (10) Standardize work procedures must be put in writing, along with visual displays of critical work tasks.
  • (11) Select area for initial standardized work team application.
  • (12) Initiate Standardize work procedures after reviewing with area employees and managers for their input and making any agreed upon corrections or additions.
  • (13) Enforce Standardized work procedures consistently and constantly.
  • (14) Use Standardized work procedures as basis for employee training and continuous improvement.
  • Write Top Management Support Letter for Safety establishing Safety as a Strategic Goal. Safety is established as Priority 1.
  • Develop a Company Safety Committee with membership comprised of managers supervisors support personnel and shop-floor employees.
  • Establish specific and measurable safety goals through Safety Committee review of accidents injuries workers compensation costs and work place hazards.
  • (4) Develop written safety manual and procedures (if you do not already have).
  • (5) Establish a Safety training calendar and use to conduct safety training throughout the organization on a regular basis (not less than once per month).
  • (6) Write and communicate Job Safety Analysis (JSAs) for each job in the organization. Use to train employees on hazards associated with each job and how to protect people from the hazards.

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Introduction to 6S

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Introduction to 6S. What is 6S?. Provides a structure and steps for improving workplace organisation, order and cleanliness Accomplished by placing work teams in control of their own areas, helping them to focus on causes and elimination of waste

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What is 6S? • Provides a structure and steps for improving workplace organisation, order and cleanliness • Accomplished by placing work teams in control of their own areas, helping them to focus on causes and elimination of waste • Establishing standards of housekeeping, storage and visual communication.

Why do 6S? • Simple process which involves everyone • Drives a continuous improvement approach • Provides basic workplace disciplines for Lean • Delivers improved productivity quality and safety • A highly visual performance measure

SAFETY (Checking for hazards, respect workplace and employees) SORT (Separate needed from not needed) Eliminate unnecessary things from the work area STORE (A place for everything) Organise what remains in the work area SUSTAIN (Discipline to ensure improved systems are maintained) Make 6S the norm STANDARDISE (Build into accepted routines) Standardise practices e.g. safety, cleaning SHINE (Clean and wash)

Sort • Involves four key steps: • Identifying items that are not used • Disposing of non-essential items • Determining frequency of use of items required in workplace • Eliminating sources of clutter and safety risks

Store • “a place for everything and everything in its place” • arranging workplace items and establishing guidelines for storage of these items. • locating items based on their frequency of use • a permanent or home location is assigned for each item, thereby ensuring that the item can be located with ease • eliminating random storage means that there is a place for everything and that everything should be in its designated place if not in use.

Shine • Entails visually and physically sweeping the area and includes three primary activities: • Ensuring that everything is in its proper place. A visual sweep should instantly identify any missing or misplaced items • Identifying and correcting repeated violations • Correcting repeated housekeeping problems such as incorrectly stored inventory, tools out of place, etc • Shine means the removal of sources of contamination so that you always have a clean and neat work area.

Standardise • maintain and monitor adherence to the first three Ss. • defines how a task should be done and lets everyone involved in the process know the ‘best way’ to do something • becomes part of the everyday routine • Standardisation makes information about locations more easily recognisable. If all labels are formatted in the same way, it is easier to sweep through them. If procedures for retrieving and returning items and information are uniform, it makes it easier for everyone in the work area to locate them quickly.

Sustain • Follow the rules to keep the workplace 6S-right — "maintain the gain.“ • routine practice of all the preceding steps. It requires all employees to do their part to carry out the 6S actions they have agreed upon. • for 6S to be successful on an ongoing basis, you must sustain the improvements made. • an effective way of maintaining momentum within organisations is to have a meaningful 6S review process in place to regularly measure performance and monitor improvements.

Safety • Eliminate hazards • The sixth "S" was added to maintain the focus on safety within the Lean environment and embed safe conditions into all our improvements

Implementing 6S 1.Plan a course of action 2. Educate the workforce 3. Evaluate the work area 4. Initiate the 6S’s 5. Measure the results 6. Maintain 6S activities

Measure the Results • Step 1: Conduct a post-implementation assessment • Step 2: Analyse the results of the post-implementation assessment • Step 3: Benchmark

Maintain 6S Activities • The three steps for maintaining 6S activities are: • Step 1: Set goals • Step 2: Establish Standard Operating Procedures • Step 3: Adhere to the 6S process schedule.

Leadership of 6S • Successfully implementing and sustaining 6S is heavily dependant on senior management commitment, support and involvement. • Managers can contribute significantly to 6S in a variety of ways, including: • Go and see what’s happening • Personally demonstrate their understanding and leadership of 6S • Apply 6S in their own work areas • Work with other leaders and employees in model areas • Perform routine 6S checks and review adherence to the standards • Make it fun and provide recognition

Benefits for Employees • Creates more pleasant working environment • Builds greater job satisfaction • Improves employee morale • Produces a cleaner and more organised work area • Improves communication • Places high focus on safety • Reduces frustration of trying to locate items

Benefits for the Organisation • Creates environment for team-based improvements • Encourages visual control • Highlights & eliminates several types of waste • Frees up floor space • Places high focus on safety • Reduces defects, resulting in higher quality • Reduces waste, resulting in lower costs • Reduces delays, resulting in reliable deliveries • Encourages effective work practices. • Helps to develop efficient work processes

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