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  3. “ B E T T E R TO D AY T H A N Y E S T E R D AY, A N D B E T T E R TO M M O R O W T H A N TO D AY ” .
  4. What is 7's? 7's is a systematize approach to organize work areas. Keep rules and standards and maintain the discipline to do good job.
  5. Incorporated for workplace improvisation are 5S . 5S is extended to include 2S, or safety and spirit, making 7S an addition to 5S. Did Youknow...
  6. What Does 7's Stands For? JAPANESE ENGLISH FILIPINO Seiri Sort Suriin Seiton Set in order Sinupin Seiso Shine Simutin Seiketsu Standardize Siguruhin
  7. What Does 7's Stands For? JAPANESE ENGLISH FILIPINO Shitsuke Sustain Sarling kusa Safety Safety Siguruhin ang kaligtasan Save Earth / Spirit Saving Environment / Spirit for team Pangalagaan ang kalikasan / PPagtiwala sa kasama
  8. 1. SORT This means distinguishing or sort out between wanted (Value Added) and unwanted (Non Value Added) items at place of work and removal of unwanted (NVA) items.
  9. 2. Set in Order Arranging and labeling items in such a manner that they are easy to find and use.
  10. 3. Shine This means removing dirt, strain, filth, soot and dust from the work area. This includes cleaning and care for equipment and facilities and also inspecting them for abnormalities. In a way it also includes primary maintenance of equipment.
  11. 4. Standardize This call for systematizing the above 4S practices. This means ensuring that whatever cleanliness and orderliness is achieved should be maintained. This should develop a work structure that will support the new practices and turn them into habits. The purpose of standardization is to make sure that everyone in the company follows the same procedure, the same names of items, the same size of signalization/floor marking, shapes, colours, etc. Standardize also helps to do the right thing the right way every time.
  12. 5. Sustain or Self Discipline: Sustain also means ‘Discipline’. It denotes commitment to maintain orderliness and to practice first 3S as a way of life.
  13. 6. Safety Createa safe working environment. It is the condition of being protected against physical, social, spiritual, financial, emotional, occupational, psychological, educational, or other types or consequences of failure, damage, error, accident, harm, or any other event that could be considered non-desirable. Safety practices and safety trainings are helpful for the reduction of accidents in the industry.
  14. 7. Spirit Team spirit is a willingness to cooperate as part of a team. It is also the reliance on the people factor. Team spirit encourages and motivates the team members to work in better way. So, it increases the efficiency of the production operations or process.
  15. Benefits of implementing 7S • Workplace becomes cleaner, safer, well- organized and more pleasant; • Floor space utilization is improved; • Workflow becomes smoother and more systematic and non-value added activities are reduced; • Time for searching tools, materials and document is minimized;
  16. Benefits of implementing 7S • Machine breakdowns are reduced since clean and well-maintained equipment breaks down less frequently. • It also becomes easier to diagnose and repair before breakdowns occur, therefore extending equipment life; • Errors are minimized leading to making defect-free products;
  17. Benefits of implementing 7S • Consumables and material wastage are minimized; • Morale and satisfaction of employees improve; and • Productivity of the organization improves together with the quality of products and services.
  18. Key Concept The 7S is a simple yet useful way to create a quality culture at the workplace. Workplace Organization is a straightforward and essential tool for systematizing workplace organization. Each and every object has a label and color- coded location in its rightful spot.
  20. WHAT IS GMP? GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) establishes the operational conditions and requirements necessary to ensure hygiene throughout the food chain and for the production.
  21. • GMP consists of guidelines that define management and handling actions, with the purpose of ensuring favorable conditions for the production of safe food. They are also useful for the design and operation of establishments and for the development of processes and products related to food. • GMPs examine and cover every aspect of the manufacturing process to guard against any risks that can be catastrophic for products, such as cross-contamination, adulteration, and mislabeling.
  22. GMP Guidelines and Regulation Address • Environmental control (premises) • Personnel practices • Shipping, receiving, handling, storage • Pest control • Sanitation • Equipment maintenance • Recall and traceability • Water safety
  23. 5 P's Good Manufacturing Practices
  24. What's about 5 Main Components of GMP It is paramount to the manufacturing industry to regulate GMP in the workplace to ensure consistent quality and safety of products. Focusing on the following 5 P’s of GMP helps comply with strict standards throughout the entire production process.
  25. PEOPLE All employees are expected to strictly adhere to manufacturing processes and regulations. A current GMP training must be undertaken by all employees to fully understand their roles and responsibilities.
  26. PRODUCTS All products must undergo constant testing, comparison, and quality assurance before distributing to consumers.
  27. PROCESSES Processes should be properly documented, clear, consistent, and distributed to all employees. Regular evaluation should be conducted to ensure all employees are complying with the current processes and are meeting the required standards of the organization.
  28. PROCEDURES A procedure is a set of guidelines for undertaking a critical process or part of a process to achieve a consistent result. It must be laid out to all employees and followed consistently.
  29. PREMISES All equipment should be placed or stored properly and calibrated regularly to ensure they are fit for the purpose of producing consistent results to prevent the risk of equipment failure.
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