When it comes to making your numbers, often one change can make a BIG difference.
For example, one facility had issues with pickers not finding the right boxes for their orders.
Although the boxes were already stacked according to size, the new people didn’t know an S-4102 from an S-4142.
But they did know the difference between green and red.
Making sure your team knows the right location for items can help avoid confusion and delays to productivity.
Clearly defined space is at the heart of the second phase of the 5S methodology: Set In Order or Seiton.
It makes your workflow smooth and easy.
And speaking of easy, we have a special gift that can help design a more productive workplace.
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When you need to efficiently define location boundaries, floor marking is one of the best ways to do it.
From warehouses to high tech factories, using simple lines and grids to channel foot traffic or identify an item’s location is a great way to keep your productivity high.
And although it’s a simple organizational tool, you’d be surprised how often mistakes are made when choosing the right type of floor tape.
Plus, when you grab your copy of the new guide, we’ve included a handy checklist to help you on your journey.
In this free guide, you’ll discover:
Listen, I know it’s easy to get caught up with daily tasks. You can easily overlook the question of whether your floor organization plan is helping or hindering workflow.
Why not do a quick checkup? You'll find a free 5S Taping Checklist within the guide to help identify areas that need attention.
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Yours for a Worry-Free 5S Environment,
P.S. Using floor marking in your facility will create a safe environment. This is why there are several OSHA standards around this topic. Even when regulations do not require it, floor marking is a relatively inexpensive complement to your safety program. Make sure you’re on track with organizing a solid 5S workplace. Click here to get your guide today.