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5S Implementation – Complete Course


In this article and associated video I have covered step 2 of 5S implementation, step two of 5S implementation is called Set in order and Seiton in Japanese.

Aim of this step is to organize and arrange each and every item of the workplace i.e each item should have a dedicated storage area. Tools and items should be arranged in such a manner that they can be retrieved in minimum time and minimum steps when required.

To learn how to implement this step, check detailed lecture here.

Posted on 21 November, 2016

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