Heda 5S warehouse management contains Clearing out (SEIRI), Get order (SEITON), Clean up (SEISO), Standardization (SEIKETSU), Discipline (SHITSUKE). 5S is made up of the first letter S of the 5 Japanese words.
In recent years, the content of 5S warehouse management theory is gaining more and more international companies to adopt, "put forward specific requirements on the daily behavior of 5S management for enterprise of each employee, advocates from the little things, and strive to make every employee to develop all the good habits, so as to create a clean and clean, comfortable, reasonable working place and space environment.
5S originated in Japan and has been widely implemented in enterprises. The object of the 5S activity is the working environment. It takes the overall consideration of the site environment and makes feasible plans and measures so as to achieve standardized management. The core and premise of 5S activity is literacy. If there is no corresponding increase in the quality of staff, 5S activities will be difficult to carry out and persist.
“Clearing out” refers to the classification of articles in the workplace and the removal of unwanted items. Its purpose is to make room for more, to prevent mixing and misuse of goods, and to create a clean workplace.
“Get order” refers to the classification of useful articles according to the provisions laid, and proper marking, eliminate, huddle misplacing, items of confusion, the thing that couldn't find the disordering phenomenon, in order to make the workplace at a glance, can have bright neat working environment, reduce the time looking for items, cleared much of the backlog of goods.
“Clean up” refers to the work of all places in the workplace and the use of instruments, equipment, labor, fixtures, shelves, materials and so clean, so that the workplace to maintain a clean, spacious and bright environment. Its purpose is to maintain production safety, reduce industrial disasters, and ensure quality.
“Standardization” refers to regular finishing, rectification and cleaning work, and the above three activities regular and irregular supervision and inspection.
“Discipline” means that each employee should develop good habits, follow the rules and regulations, and be proactive. Keep the environment clean if you keep your work schedule, work spirit and instrument tidy.