5S – The Japanese Concepts on House Keeping

Seiri – Put things in order
(remove what is not needed and keep what is needed)
Seiton – Proper Arrangement
(Place things in such a way that they can be easily reached whenever they are needed)
Seiso – Clean
(Keep things clean and polished; no trash or dirt in the workplace)
Seiketsu – Purity
(Maintain cleanliness after cleaning – perpetual cleaning)
Shitsuke – Commitment
(Actually this is not a part of ‘4S’, but a typical teaching and attitude towards any undertaking to inspire pride and adherence to standards established for the four components)

quoted from http://www.isixsigma.com/dictionary/5S-486.htm

I’m still so so so EAGER to go ice-skate!!! ASAP!! I’m desperately looking for some friends.. I dun mind how FAR it is, how INCONVENIENT it is to “transit” n how DEAR it is!! I MUST go no matter by what means~~

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Saturday, January 6, 2007. Enthusiasm, Sharing.

One Comment

  1. marikani replied:

    plwase sent 5s concept 2 my mail id

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