Qualitative Evaluation of 5S Application Considering the Experience of Electrical Construction Experts
- 1 University of Washington, United States
- 2 Jacobs Engineering Group, United States
- 3 The Pennsylvania State University, United States
- 4 University of Central Missouri, United States
Copyright: © 2021 Mohammad Sadra Fardhosseini, Mostafa Soltaninejad, Ali Karji, Zahra Ghorbani and Omidreza Ghanadiof. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
The 5S lean tool is one of the most common lean construction techniques, which can lead to safe work environments if used effectively on project sites. The purpose of this study is to provide a checklist to maximize the outcomes of the 5S approach concerning safety requirements. A grounded theory technique was used to analyze the interview data. Eighteen electrical construction experts with the snowball of construction workers, safety representatives, supervisors, site and project managers were interviewed. Ultimately, the present study simplifies 5S implementation for first-time users and outperforms the outputs of the existing users. It is expected that the presented 5S checklist will provide practical actions for safer construction sites.
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- 5S Approach
- Grounded Theory