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kaizen

(ki'zen?) [Japanese kaizen, improvement]
Management of inventory stock and work processes in industry, adapted to health care institutions.
Synonym: continuous performance improvement
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En esta segunda "S", se debe disponer de manera adecuada los elementos que quedan despues del Seiri; es decir, dejar lo minimo necesario de elementos y organizar su distribucion, para reducir la contaminacion, eliminar condiciones inseguras y evitar interrupciones en el proceso.
A series of concerts also include "lsgrin saz-salz dunyas" (February 16), "Zrif llr, inc tellr" (March 7), "Aq mir seiri" (March 28), "Yada salaq Aq dalti" (April 12), "Yeni sslr , qdim havalar " (May 16).
A partir de ahi, se aplicaron las fases de la metodologia [25]: clasificar (seiri) significa remover de nuestra area de trabajo todo lo que no se necesita para realizar las operaciones productivas; ordenar (seiton) es organizar los articulos, equipos o documentos que se necesitan para facilitar su uso e identificarlos, en forma adecuada, para localizarlos y, posteriormente, regresarlos a su lugar.
* Seiri (sort) focuses on sorting and cleaning up by defining which tools and materials are needed at the job site and throwing away anything that is not needed.
* "5S" activity (where "5S" stands for a workplace organization method that uses a list of five Japanese words: seiri, seiton, seiso, seiketsu and shitsuke, which can be translated from Japanese as "sort", "set in order", "shine", "standardize" and "sustain")
Nditsanangurirei sekuru pfungwa dzinotanga kuuya mumusoro memunhu kana achida kuvaka imba seiri kuvakwa nababa apo.
Seiri specialises in helping businesses understand the experiences their customers are having and then helps them improve.
5 S is derived from the following Japanese words: Seiri (sense of utilisation), Seiton (sense of organisation), Seiso (sense of cleanliness), Seiketsu (sense of health) and Shitsuke (sense of self-discipline) (GAVIOLI; SIQUEIRA; SILVA, 2009).
5s * Conformado por: Seiri (Clasificacion), Seiton (Orden), Seiso (Limpieza), Seiketsu (Estandarizacion); Shitsuke (Disciplina).
Xu, "Global dynamics of an SEIRI epidemiological model with time delay," Applied Mathematics and Computation, vol.