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METHODOLOGY OF THE 5 SES: MORE THAN CLEANING THE WORKSTATION AND PAINTING LINES DELIMITING CORRIDORS

Benefits

The participant will learn to question the validity of their processes and the organization of their current job to identify the waste (what is not necessary) that consumes resources on a daily basis. Second, he will learn the theoretical and practical foundations of a 5-step method (5 eses) to modify his workstation from scratch to achieve the desired efficiency and organization. And finally, you will learn from the teachers experiences of success and failure in the application of the 5 S's methodology, as well as the reasons for said success or failure, which are usually common to many types of company.

Introduction

Within Lean production approaches, the 5 S's methodology should be the first tool to apply and on which to build the company's culture of continuous improvement. Its objective is to achieve efficient and organized workstations. It is based on two basic principles (order and cleanliness) without the need to invest large amounts of money.
Conceptually, the 5S tool does not entail the application of a complex theory. It involves applying 5 steps, each related to a Japanese word that begins with the letter ese (Seiri – Separate; Seiton-Locate, Order; Seiso-Cleaning; Seiketsu-Standardize; Shitsuke-Habit).

But precisely in its simplicity lies one of its barriers when applying it, since it can be tempted to "simplify" the methodology, leaving it only to clean the workplace and "paint lines delimiting corridors" on the floor.

 

Addressed to

-Responsible for production, logistics, middle managers or production workers. -People interested in these issues.

Objectives

- Learn to identify the "waste" ("muda" in the jargon of the 5 eses) that we have in our jobs.
- Ensure continuous improvement by creating habits to eliminate waste, order and cleanliness.
- Promote quality, safety and maintenance in companies through the 5 eses methodology.

Contents

1. The usefulness of the 5 eses.
2. Identification of the MUDA (waste in the workplace).
3. Implementation of SEIRI (Organization).
4. Implementation of the SEITON (Order).
5. Implementation of the SEISO (Cleaning).
6. Application of SEIKETSU (How to standardize).
7. Implement and maintain the SHITSUKE discipline and habit. Audits 5 esses.

Market

Course

Mode of delivery

Onsite

Methodology

The course methodology combines: knowledge transfer, examples of AIDIMME's own experiences and practice. In short, the theoretical concepts of the 5 S's methodology will be presented in a sequential and orderly manner: 1S (separate), 2S (order), 3S (clean), 4S (standardize), 5S (discipline). Subsequently, students will work in teams with building blocks to apply the theory, simulating an assembly process.

Dates

From 29 / 3 / 2022 to 7 / 4 / 2022

Calendar

Tuesday Thursday

Hours

From 15: 00 to 18: 00

Duration

12 teaching hours

Site

AIDIMME C / Benjamin Franklin 13 (Technology Park) 46980 Paterna (Valencia)

Application

Open

Certificación

Certificate of attendance issued by AIDIMME. Minimum attendance of 75% of the teaching hours.

Cost

Non-associated company: € 240 + 21% VAT / - 13% Associated company advantage / Unemployed people check price. * AIDIMME, as the organizing entity of FUNDAE, will be able to manage the part of the course to be rewarded at no additional cost.

Teachers

DEL AGUA NAVARRO, JUAN
 
Juan Del Agua Navarro is an Industrial Engineer, as well as a Doctor of Engineering and Industrial Production from the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV). For more than 10 years he has actively collaborated in training companies given by the AIDIMME technology center in the fields of production and logistics.
In the last 5 years he has been part of AIDIMME's team of warehouse inspectors, carrying out over the years inspections of shelves and warehouses in sectors as varied as: food, retail, manufacture of electrical components, or metalworking.
His empathy with the student and his versatility at a professional level allow him to adapt to the casuistry that the student demands to guarantee success in learning.

MÁÑEZ GAVILÁ, RUBÉN
 
Industrial Technical Engineer – Master's Degree in Planning and Management of Business Processes. 25 years of experience in organizational and operations consulting. Industrial Development technical consultant. Direction and execution of Organization and Operations Management projects in Spanish SMEs. International consulting projects in Latin American and Maghreb countries.
For more than 25 years, it has actively collaborated in training companies given by the AIDIMME technology center in the fields of production and logistics.
   

INFORMATION AND PRE-REGISTRATIONS
AIDIMME - Training Department
961366070 Phone | Fax: 961366185 e-mail: rigual@aidimme.es | www.aidimme.es


Since the NUMBER OF PLACES is LIMITED, if they are interested in participating in these courses, they must communicate it, as soon as possible, by sending the duly completed pre-registration form (one for each student), before the indicated date, in order to close the participation in it. Admission will be made by pre-registration order and your acceptance will be communicated to the company.