To provide our customers with the most personalized options for their organization, we developed our 5S Poster to reflect both versions of the 5S translations.
Please choose the Poster version that fits the verbiage of your organization.The differences (in verbiage only) are:
- Set in Order
Purchase 5S Version 2 – Sort, Set In Order, Shine, Standardize, Sustain
The 5S’s are the building blocks of all improvement activity. We have designed a 5S poster that encompasses the major themes of 5S into one image. We have included the best translation from the original text of 5S Lean Manufacturing. These words are the best translations which consider the understanding of these words in the English language culture from Japanese. Enna has employed expert Linguists equally fluent in English and Japanese as well as experts in Lean Manufacturing and Kaizen to ensure proper translation into intuitive English context.
Use this poster with every workshop that you perform as 5S should be an integral part of every workshop. This poster will improve your effectiveness as a facilitator and serve as a beacon to sustaining Lean Manufacturing.
The poster comes with a UV Film Coating to protect against dust and grime, fading due to light exposure, and oil from finger marks. We encourage our customers to protect their posters with this product. As well, we offer a set of poster hangers and rails for each poster. This option allows the trainer / facilitator to display the visual tool without damaging the poster.
- Full Color Poster
- Size: 22 X 28
- Available in Spanish and French
Comes with UV film coating to protect against dust and grime, fading due to light exposure, and oil from finger prints. Poster hangers and rails are also available to ensure proper hanging posture.
Enna’s posters are designed by leading experts who have contributed to the research and development process by ensuring the combination of image, design, and layout communicate the concept of each solution package in the best manner. Our posters are designed not only to communicate principles but impress on the audience reminders of key concepts.