5S Consultant for your organisation

Productivity management Group (PMG) is one of the most well-known 5S consultants who have achieved massive experience in 5S consultancy. We provide our services to industries ranging from small to large. 5S training & implementation is one of the most demanded training, that we provide as Lean & 5S consultant.

The significance of implementing 5S, lies in 5S consulting process and its results. It can easily enhance the teamwork and operational effectiveness, providing you a better working environment. 5S model is designed to identify waste in the existing system and thereby ways to eliminate them. This automatically results in improvisation in both quality as well as productivity.


The Five S (5S)


Following words starting from ‘S’ solely explain this approach:

  1. Sort: Sorting and segregate the items from the workplace
    which are not required.
  2. Set in Order: Managing the proper flow by arranging the required
    items in a systematic and neat sequence. Place for everything and everything at its place.
  3. Shine: Managing a tidy workplace and maintenance of the equipment
    and machines. Clean & shine
  4. Standardize: Maintaining the standard of the workplace and keep
    everything in an orderly fashion.
  5. Sustain: Continuously practicing the 5S Implementation so that it
    becomes a habit for the employees and becomes a work culture in the


The above 5 words come from the five Japanese words namely: seiri, seiton, seiso, seiketsu and shitsuke.



We at PMG have sound experience, as 5S Consultant, in training several organisations and helping them effectively implement the 5S framework in their process. 5S implementation is one of the best processes that one can adopt. It requires only a small amount of effort as it is driven by simple logic and does not involve difficult terminologies. Also, it can be applied to any industry.


Why do you need a 5S Consultant?


Organisations need 5S Consultant, for following reasons:


  1. Lack understanding of 5S concept
  2. Do not know a structured approach for 5S implementation
  3. Unable to create sufficient interest for 5S implementation
  4. Unable to resolve issues related to 5S implementation
  5. Do not know the benefits of 5S implementation
  6. Unable to link 5S results with productivity
  7. Unable to make 5S a daily works management (DWM) practice