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WELCOME TO :
UNIVERSITY OF BATANGAS
5S GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
ORIENTATION

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WHAT IS 5S ?
5S is a set of TECHNIQUES
providing
a standard approach
to GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
within the
UNIVERSITY OF BATANGAS

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About 5S
A cornerstone of 5S is that
untidy, cluttered work/study areas
are not productive.
People are happier
in a clean and tidy environment
and hence are inclined to study and
work hard with due care and attention.

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THE 5S
SARILING
SIKAP
SELF-DISCIPLINE
SHITSUKE
SIGURUHIN
STANDARDIZE
SEIKETSU
SIMUTIN
SWEEP
SEISO
SINUPIN
SYSTEMATIZE
SEITON
SURIIN
SORT
SEIRI
FILIPINO
ENGLISH
JAPANESE

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WHY PRACTICE 5S ?
5S BENEFITS TO THE UNIVERSITY
5S increases production
5S improves quality
5S reduces costs
5S makes delivery on time
5S improves safety
5S improves morale

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5S BENEFITS TO THE
STUDENTS
5S makes the CAMPUS more pleasant
5S makes LEARNING more effective
5S improves STUDENTS’ safety
WHY PRACTICE 5S ?

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OBJECTIVES OF 5S
General Objectives
1. Promote awareness on the value
of 5S good housekeeping
2. Create a friendly, healthy and safe
school environment
3. Perform, practice and adopt 5S
habits anytime and anywhere
4. Initiate and inspire the UB
Community in the achievement of
becoming a University of choice
thru 5S habits

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Specific Objectives
SORT
Identify and separate necessary items
from the unnecessary by:
Segregating useful from non-
useful items
Recycling items
Disposing properly non-useful
items (bio-degradable or non-
biodegradable)

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Specific Objectives
SYSTEMATIZE
Neat placement and identification of
needed items by:
Studying the use of items
and the frequency of their use
Considering space or location for
storing the things needed to be kept
and to be disposed.
Making safety the priority

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Specific Objectives
SWEEP
Maintaining a clean work place
Arranging things in order
Placing proper labels or tags

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Specific Objectives
STANDARDIZE
Standardize clean-up activities by:
Sustaining five-minute daily clean up
habit
Keeping a balance between personal
cleanliness and the cleanliness of the
environment
Avoiding littering
Learning to pick-up tiny pieces of waste
around

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Specific Objectives
SELF-DISCIPLINE
Instilling the ability of doing things
the way they are supposed to be
done
Becoming a role model by treating
your school as your second home
Influencing others to join in keeping
a well-maintained study area.
Aiming for constant improvement

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HOW TO PRACTICE 5S
1. SEIRI * SORT * SURIIN
Take out unnecessary items and
dispose them.
Purposes
To make the work easy by eliminating
obstacles.
To eliminate the need to take care of
unnecessary items.
To provide no chance of being
disturbed with unnecessary items.

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Sorting
Procedures :
STEP 1
Look around your workplace with your
colleagues.
Discover and identify items which are
unnecessary to your work.
Start with a RED TAG CAMPAIGN.
If required at some point in the future,
move to a store location.
Decide the maximum number of any type of
item to be retained.
Then dispose ALL unnecessary items.

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Sorting
STEP 2
If you and your colleagues cannot
decide if an item is necessary or not,
put Disposal Notice with the date on
the item, and set the item aside.
STEP 3
After a period, say 3 months, check if
no one needed the item. If no one
needed the item, that means the item
is not necessary in your work.

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Sorting
Note:
In this sorting operation, you must not forget inside all
drawers, lockers and cabinets.
Disposal can be done in either of the ff. ways:
Sell to outside...
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