Lake Oswego, OR (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
6S is a popular tool used in lean manufacturing environments, with an emphasis on being a simple approach. When implemented properly, 6S offers advantages that boost the productivity of businesses. Owing to its many benefits, 6S is recognized for driving a company toward maintaining a consistent level of high quality.
6S is an update to the 5S Approach for workplace organization. Added to the phases of “Sorting,” “Setting in Order,” “Sweeping,” “Standardizing,” and “Sustaining the System,” is the “Safety” stage.
Creative Safety Supply, a leading provider of visual safety items, was built to bring a modern approach of doing business. Working with modern-day facilities around the globe, the company carries the best floor marking products in the industry along with the latest 5S, 6S, visual workplace, lean manufacturing, and ergonomic products at CreativeSafetySupply.com. The company strives to meet emerging customer needs and address changing demands by continuously expanding its product line and services.
In providing top-of-the-line 6S products and solutions, the Creative Safety Supply company offers pertinent information about the proven system for workplace organization and safety. Its newest offering, the 6S Guide, can be obtained at no charge by clients who fill out a simple form on the website.
Warehouse supervisor Dennis Holloway from Atlanta, Georgia, who recently received the free 6S Guide, says “We’ve all been hearing about 5S for a long time, but the inclusion of 6S is an important one. Really, the 6th S, Safety, is almost a side effect of the first 5, but it’s definitely important to include in the process.”
The free 6S Guide from Creative Safety Supply contains a plethora of information regarding Lean practices and will help implement the program in a workplace. It also serves as a help resource for companies that need assistance in implementing 6S to their own.
For comprehensive 6S information and process details please visit http://www.creativesafetysupply.com/6s-guide/ to learn more.
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