There are four Situation Type options to select in a Quick Action. These Situation types help provide additional context for a Quick Action.
- Security hazard
- Equipment abnormalities
Choose one of the 5S standards when it describes creating a more efficient, effective and safer work area to achieve greater productivity. You can choose from the options:
1. Sort - Remove all unnecessary material and keep only the essential material.
2. Set in Order - Find the optimal location for each item in order to increase effectiveness and eliminate risks.
3. Shine - Inspect and identify and eliminate sources of contamination to establish a cleaning process.
4. Standardized - Establish procedures for maintaining order and cleanliness to ensure safe working conditions.
5. Sustain - Commit to maintain current standards.
Select Security Hazard when your Quick Action is about a potential source of harm or danger, such as unsafe working conditions. Then select the severity: minor, normal, or critical. Or you can choose the situation type: Safety Preventive Action.
Best used to help describe situations associated with Total Productive Maintenance (TPM).
- Minor defects like contamination (ie: dust or slackness on chains)
- Unfulfilled basic conditions (ie: damaged oil levels gauges)
- Inaccessible places (to clean or operate)
- Sources of contamination (ie: scrap or product leaks)
- Quality defects (ie: abnormalities in filter mechanisms)
- Unnecessary equipment (ie: unused machinery)
- Unsafe condition (ie: cracking floors)
- Lesson learned - Choose this option when you have acquired knowledge worth sharing with your team.
- Quality near miss - Use this situation type when some of your products have an error that is detected before it reaches customers. As a result of this action, it is recommended to implement preventive or corrective actions.