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Friday, March 16, 2012

Royal Navy’s KD MAHAWANGSA willing to share experience on 5S concept implementation.

Sumber: The Star
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Kuching: KD MAHAWANGSA, a vessel of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) is more than willing to share its experience in implementing the 5S management concept with government departments and agencies.

Its commander-in-chief Capt Jamel Abdul Rahman said the 5S system – which stand for “Sort, Set, Shine, Standardise and Sustain” – had run smoothly and effectively in ensuring his ship would be ready for spot checks any time.

“What we have achieved here should be shared with others, provided they are interested to learn from our experience,” he said.

“Since the implementation of the 5S system in the ship, my officers need not to be told what to do because they all know their roles.

“I should say that we practice complete quality management in the ship and our officers are able to give what you want in 30 seconds because everything is in place,” he said when briefing delegates from the Malaysian Productivity Corporation (MPC) who visited the ship here yesterday.

KD MAHAWANGSA had made history as the first ship in the country to be awarded the 5S certification by the MPC last January.

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