Order and discipline
Seiri: Sorting - To remove the useless
Seiton: Set in Order - Everything in its right place
Seiso : Shine/Cleaning - Avoiding dirty places.
Seiketsu: Standardising - To apply arrangement and cleanliness
Shtsuke: Sustaining - To adhere and comply with established rules
For a clean and functional environment
Zero breakdown goal
Total: To consider all aspects of maintenance, to associate everyone with it
Productive: To ensure maintenance, while producing and also by penalising the production as less as possible
Maintenance: To maintain in good state: to repair, clean, lubricate.
Less machine breakdown, productivity gain.
Small steps for huge progress
Kaizen, Japanese word, which means: improvement without large means, with good sense and the implications of all, from the director to the operators.
The step rests on small constant improvements, day after day. It is gradual and soft approach, in opposition to the Western concept “One throws away all, one starts again new”
Valorisation of the staff.
Principe: to manage perfectly the processes and resources.
Any activity is composed of process and tasks. The analyses of these tasks are very useful: some create value and others are useless.
Stock reduction, improvement of flows
“Black Belt” for statistics
Methodology with objective: suppression of the causes of the defects noted in a process in order to improve customer satisfaction.
The certainty for the customer of a delivery without defect. An indicator, SIGMA, which measures the standard deviation of the normal curve.
Comparison with the best of the market, Benchmarking “to make as well as”.
A method, DMAIC, centered on the customer, with constant improvement and implication.
To simplify administrative flows
To identify the operations without value-added for the customer.
To eliminate redundancies.
To simplify and standardise processes.
To reduce the costs.
To protect processes against errors.
To modernise the equipment.
Reduction of the processing times