- 1.S – Sorting (Jap. Seiri),
- 2.S – Systematics (Jap. Seiton),
- 3.S – Shine (Jap. Seiso),
- 4.S – Standardization (Jap. Seiketsu),
- 5.S – Self-discipline (Jap. Shitsuke).
- the improvement of occupational safety,
- the improvement of the ergonomics of work,
- the raising of job standards,
- the increase in satisfaction from work,
- the improvement of employee productivity,
- better flow of information and materials.
1. Literature survey on the use of the 5S system in the area of the construction industry
2. The 6S system in the construction industry – methodology of operation
- passwords informing that one should work safely,
- orders demanding the use of personal protective equipment.
2.1. Identification of hazards
2.2. Determination of preventive measures
- elimination of a hazard,
- implementation of technical measures that reduce the chance of an impact of a hazard on an accidental event,
- preparation of visible warnings informing about hazards,
- training of employees about hazards,
- usage of personal protective equipment to protect against hazards.
2.3. Implementation of preventive actions
2.4. Training of employees about occurring hazards
2.5. Verification of results
I am Assistant Professor at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology and Vice President of the Board at LeanTrix. Responsible for the development of the TWI program and Lean Management methods for the construction industry. Deals with the use of 5S and Kaizen methods in the organization of construction works in order to improve and ensure occupational safety. Defended her PhD thesis in the construction discipline at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. The author of several articles in English devoted to the use of Lean Management and TWI methods in the field of the construction industry. Has advised many companies regarding Lean Management.