NOTE: This class will be held on the 6th Floor in the CCMSI offices' training room. The five in a 5S workplace organizational and housekeeping methodology refers to five
NOTE: This class will be held on the 6th Floor in the CCMSI offices’ training room.
The five in a 5S workplace organizational and housekeeping methodology refers to five steps – sort, set in order, shine, standardize and sustain. Safety is the sixth “S.”
Many manufacturing facilities have opted to follow the path towards a “5S” workplace organizational and housekeeping methodology as part of continuous improvement or lean manufacturing processes also sometimes known as the five pillars of a visual workplace. These locations have been shown to have excellent safety records with minimal losses. But a company does not have to implement “LEAN” in order to gain the benefits of the 5S + 1 system. This Train-the-Trainer session will show you why this works to help get your workplace safer and create a more productive environment.
“A place for everything, and everything in its place” is the mantra of the 5S method.
Attendees will learn about the 5S methodology and how this contributes to Safer workplaces.
Items covered include:
- What 5S +1 is.
- The three step process for implementing 5S + 1.
- Tools that can be used to start the process at your site.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Anita Worden, BSN, ASP, has worked with numerous locations globally that have implemented LEAN and 5 S. She is Green Belt trained and has led several Kaizens and LEAN projects to drive a safe and healthy workplace. She is currently the Loss Control Supervisor at WCTI.
Lunch will be served at 11:45 AM and the Train-the-Trainer session will begin at 12:30 PM.
MSAP Bonus Points (.5) given for attending Task Force and (.5) for Train-the-Trainer. Register for each session separately.
(Tuesday) 11:45 am - 2:00 pm Central
CCMSI Lisle Office
3333 Warrenville Road
RSVP to event
You must login to RSVP for this event Login Now