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5S Production Area Audit

Location: MY office
Date:
0

Score:
Previous Score:
2

Not started; zero effort Activity started, slight


effort

Widespread activity;
however still many
opportunities for
improvement

5S No.

Description

Check Item

Detailed Audit Guide - Sort

STEP 1: Sort
1
2
3
4
5

Minimum acceptable
level sustained for at
least one (1) month

90.8
80

Best in Class results;


Manager/Superintend
ent review; Sustained
for one (1) month

Best Practice; World


Class; General
Manager review
;Sustained for at least
six (6) months

Scored by:
Me

4
3
5
3
2

STEP 1 TOTAL SCORE

Detailed Audit Guide - Straighten

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

17

Average 3.6

Machines, benches, etc. are arranged in a logical & neat fashion to promote a
Area layout
smooth product flow through the work area.
Lines on the floor clearly mark aisles, walkways, work areas, storage locations and
Aisles, walkways and floor markings
danger areas.
Only current labeled documents and binders necessary to do the work are stored at
Documentation and Visual signals
workstations. Documents and binders are stored in a neat and orderly manner.
Items are arranged, divided, and clearly labeled such that it is obvious where things
Visual displays and storage
are stored and if they are missing.
Tools, gages and fixtures are arranged neatly and stored, kept clean and free of any
Specific locations for fixtures & tooling
risk from damage. They are located for easy access for changeovers.
Few, if any, items are stored on the floor. Those items stored on the floor are clearly
Items on Floor
indicated with floor markings and labeling.
Liquids, solvents, flamables, and other chemicals are properly labeled and stored.
Hazmat Storage
MSDS's are available.
Safety devices are clearly marked, highly visible and unobstructed. Emergency
Emergency Access
egress routes are marked and exit signs, lights, etc. are in good condition.
Equipment is properly maintained and labeled. Critical points for daily maintenance
Equip. Maintenance
checks are clearly marked (fluid levels, etc).

3
4
5
3
2
4
4
3
4

STEP 2 TOTAL SCORE

Detailed Audit Guide - Shine

STEP 3: Shine

Average

18

All floors are clean and free of debris, oil, and dirt. Cleaning of floors is done
routinely and at appropriate predetermined intervals.
Routine cleaning of machines is apparent, there is no oil, chips, scrap laying on work
Machines/Equipment
surfaces. Glass view windows, guards, deflectors are clean & in place.
All cleaning equipment (trash cans, brooms, floor sweep, etc.) are stored in a neat
Cleaning supplies and tools manner. It is obvious where it belongs and is easily available when needed.
Hazardous materials and all storage containers are properly labeled.
All equipment, benches, fans everything in the area is cleaned on a regular basis,
Cleaning beyond machines
and ownership by operators goes beyond just the machine they run.
When unexpected delays occur, operators habitually & automatically sweep floors &
Cleaning due diligence
wipe equipment.
Where applicable, FOD prevention procedures (QPD102) are enforced. All loose
FOD Compliance
items removed before entering FOD prevention area. Shadow boxes kept clean.

15 Condition of floors

16

17
18
19
20

5
5
4
3

STEP 3 TOTAL SCORE


Detailed Audit Guide - Standardize

STEP 4: Standardize
21 Visual Control
22 Weekly/Monthly audits
23 Safety
24 Standard work
25 Methods reviewed

20

Average 3.8

Display boards are present in each production work area and accessible to all
personnel in the area.
5S audits are performed in each work area at least monthly, results are shared with
all workers and goals for new levels set with action items.
PPE notices are posted in every area and all employees are wearing the required
PPE's.
It is obvious that workers who perform similar duties, use standard methods to
achieve consistent results.
Methods are reviewed on a regular basis, and as new methods are developed, they
are quickly documented and adopted by others.

4
3
4
5
3

STEP 4 TOTAL SCORE

STEP 5: Sustain
Detailed Audit Guide - Sustain

5 Tot

Average 3.4

Only the current levels of inventory in the area is needed for the work at hand. Scrap
Components, materials & parts.
and rework items are placed in clearly marked containers.
Only the necessary items to perform the work at hand are located in the area. There
Machines, benches, cabinets & furniture.
are no unneeded machines, tools or furniture in the area.
All tools, fixtures and jigs in the area are used on a regular basis. Any items that are
Tools, fixtures & other equipment.
used less than once a day, are stored out of the way.
No outdated, torn or soiled announcements are displayed. All bulletins are arranged
Bulletin Boards
in a straight and neat manner.
Your general impression should tell you this is the best you have seen for a
First Impression Overall
manufacturing environment.

STEP 2: Straighten

26 Maintenance
27 Area Responsibility
28 Documents: Control
29 Work Area Visits
30 5S Control & Sustaining

19

Average 3.4

Employees are adequately deployed to keep equipment operating properly. A


Preventive Maintenance program is in place and functions at a high level.
Each area of the operation, inside and out, falls under the responsibility of a manager
with 5S auditing and assignment authority.
All documents and binders are clearly labeled as to their contents. Responsibility for
control & revisions is clear. Nothing is unlabeled.
Responsible manager/staff person visits each work area on a regular basis and
provides feedback on 5S efforts and results.
Disciplined controls to assure each of above items is maintained at highest level.
There is a sense of responsibility by all employees to maintain systems.

4
3
3
3
4

STEP 5 TOTAL SCORE


Overall Average:

3.6

OVERALL SCORE

17

90.8

5S Office Area Audit


Location:
Date:
0

Score:
Previous Score:
1

Not started; zero effort Activity started, slight


effort

5S No.

Check Item

STEP 1: Sort
1

Office Supplies

Desks, chairs, cabinets &


furniture.

Documents, Files & Folders.

Bulletin Boards

First Impression Overall

2
Widespread activity;
however still many
opportunities for
improvement

3
Minimum acceptable
level sustained for at
least one (1) month

Best in Class results;


Manager/Superintend
ent review; Sustained
for one (1) month

Best Practice; World


Class; General
Manager review
;Sustained for at least
six (6) months

Description
Average:

Scored by:

Score

Work station arrangement

Aisles and hallways

Documentation and Visual


signals

Tables, shelves and cabinets

10 Closets and storage

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Average:

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Desks, tables and files are arranged in a logical & neat fashion to promote a smooth
flow of information through the work area.
Hallways and walk areas are free from materials, obstructions. Nothing leans
against walls, and exits are clearly marked.
Only current labeled documents and binders necessary to do the work are stored at
workstations. Documents and binders are stored in a neat and orderly manner.
Tables, shelves and cabinets are free of surface clutter. No papers or objects are
sitting on top of cabinets waiting to be filed.
Closets and storage areas are clean, well lit with clearly designated storage locations
for all items. It is easy to find what you need, and return it.

STEP 2 TOTAL SCORE


STEP 3: Shine
11
12
13
14
15

5 Tot

Only the current levels of office supplies in the area are needed for the work at hand.
There are no excess forms, paper, pens.
Only the necessary items to perform the work are located in the area. There are no
unneeded tables, chairs, cabinets... in the area.
Only the documents used on a regular basis are stored in the area. Old and dated
material is removed on a regular basis.
No outdated, torn or soiled announcements are displayed. All bulletins are arranged
in a straight and neat manner.
Your general impression should tell you this is the best you have seen for an office
area.

STEP 1 TOTAL SCORE


STEP 2: Straighten

Average:

###

All floors are clean and free of debris, oil, and dirt. Cleaning of floors is done
Condition of floors
routinely and at appropriate predetermined intervals.
Desks, computer screens, and office equipment is clean and free from dust or soil.
Equipment and furniture
All office equipment is in excellent working order.
All walls, cubical dividers, and windows are kept clean on a regular basis. Unsuitable
Walls, cubical and windows
conditions are promptly addressed.
All electrical connections are within specifications, there are no potential overloads.
Electrical Usage
Portable heaters and other appliances are used only in safe locations.
Storage of Cleaning Equipment All cleaning equipment (vacuums, trash cans) are stored in a neat manner. It is
and supplies
obvious where things belong, and available when needed.

STEP 3 TOTAL SCORE


STEP 4: Standardize
16 Standard work
17 Methods reviewed
18 Visual Display
19 Visual Control
20 Monthly audits

Average:

###

It is obvious that workers who perform similar duties, use standard methods to
achieve consistent results.
Methods are reviewed on a regular basis, and as new methods are developed, they
are quickly documented and adopted by others.
Display boards are present in each designated work area and accessible to all
personnel in the area.
Standard methods sheets and visual aids are present in the area, they are stored in
neat and logical locations, with fast and easy access to workers.
5S audits are performed in each work area at least monthly, results are shared with
all workers and goals for new levels set with action items.

STEP 4 TOTAL SCORE


STEP 5: Sustain
21 Maintenance
22 Document Control
23 Area Responsibility
24 Supervisor Area Visits
25 5S Control & Sustaining

Average:

###

Employees are adequately deployed to keep office equipment and computers


operating properly.
All documents are labeled clearly as to contents. Responsibility for control &
revisions is clear. Nothing is unlabeled or unclear as to its origin/source.
Each area of the operation, inside and out, falls under the responsibility of a manager
with 5S auditing and assignment authority.
Responsible manager/staff person visits each work area on a regular basis and
provides feedback on 5S efforts and results.
Disciplined controls to assure each of above items is maintained at highest level.
There is a sense of responsibility by all employees to maintain systems.

STEP 5 TOTAL SCORE


Overall Average:

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OVERALL SCORE