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6S Safety Checklist

With the help of this 6S safety checklist, you can identify hazards or potential risks while executing tasks in the workplace. You can take a photo of the steps or activity conducted and generate report onsite.
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Use these numbers for your inspection: 3 - There is a capacity to sustain it. 2 - This is being complied more systematically. 1 - It is done, but not orderly. 0 - It is not done at all. N/A - Not Applicable
Is there a general clutter free appearance?
Are tops and insides of all cupboards, shelves, tables, etc. free of rejected items?
Are items deposited according to the frequency of use?
Is the floor area free of unusable items?
Are walls free of old posters, calendars, pictures, notices etc.?
Attach photo\(s) of red tagged objects
Does every item of equipment have an identification label?
Is there a general orderliness?
Are all cables, wires, pipes etc. neat and straight?
Are all rooms, cubicles and comparable areas clearly numbered or named?
Are special areas demarcated for garbage/rejects/waste, etc.?
Are direction indications accessible to all plants from the entrance onwards?
Are switches, fan regulators, controls, etc. labelled?
Is colour coding used adequately for clear identification?
Is it easy to find any object/document without delay?
Identify and allocate a section for all the materials required for your work.
Are cleaning plans available and displayed?
Is usage of appropiate cleaning tools evident?
Are devices, equipment, tools, furniture maintained at a high level of cleanliness and their sustenance schedules displayed?
Are floors, walls, windows doors etc. sustained at a high level of cleanliness?
Is there a general image of cleanliness around?
Do paths/gangways have a standard size and colour?
Is a daily checklist used to standardize 5s methods?
Are standard checklists implemented to routinely inspect 5S?
Are labels, notes etc. standardized?
Are pipes, cables etc. colour-coded?
Is there a method for how and when the 5S activities will be performed?
Does management give support to 5S programme by recognition, resources and management?
Are first 3S a part of the daily work?
Do workers show a positive interest in 5S activities?
Are 5S posters and 5S points of work reminders displayed?
Are trainings and other performances implemented to sustain workplace organization?
Click + Add to add a Job Step of the task being assessed
Write down the job step description
What is the potential risk or hazard identified while task is being performed (select all that apply)
Rate risk/ hazard before control measures
Take a photo of step/ activity (Optional)
Hazard Control Measures
Any Recommendation?
Overall Rating:
Name and Signature of the Inspector:
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Ensure Workplace Safety with 6S Checklist

A 6S safety checklist is a tool used to assess and improve safety in workplaces. It provides an organized approach to ensure that the environment is safe for everyone. The 6S stands for Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize, Sustain and Safety. The Sort step of a 6S safety checklist involves organizing the workplace. This includes putting tools, equipment, and materials in their designated areas so they can easily be found and used when needed. The Set in Order step involves labelling and organizing items so that they can be easily located. This may include labelling equipment, making sure supplies are stored properly, and organizing tools. The Shine step is making sure the workplace is clean and free of clutter. This includes cleaning surfaces, organizing supplies, and disposing of any unnecessary items. The Standardize step supports the creation of a standard way of doing things, such as labelling items, organizing supplies, and setting up systems for how tasks should be completed. The Sustain step involves ensuring that the workplace remains organized and that safety standards are maintained. This may include regular inspections, audits, or training sessions to ensure safety is maintained. The Safety step, lastly, involves making sure all safety protocols are followed. This may include making sure employees.

Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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