1. Verify that the process is running according to the plan:
You should check to ensure that the process is running smoothly and that all operators are following the standard work procedure.
2. Check for quality issues:
This includes checking for defects and verifying that the products meet customer specifications.
3. Observe the workers and how they are working:
You should be looking for ways to improve efficiency and safety, as well as identify any potential problems.
4. Inspect the equipment and tools:
Make sure that all equipment is in good condition and that all tools are properly stored and accounted for.
5. Check the output against specifications:
Compare the actual product to the desired outcome to ensure that everything is meeting specifications.
6. Assess the safety and environmental conditions:
Make sure that the workplace is safe and free from hazards, and take note of any improvements or problems with the environmental conditions.
7. Evaluate morale and teamwork:
Look for signs of a positive work environment, such as good teamwork and a positive attitude towards work, as well as any areas of improvement.
8. Take note of any improvements or problems since the last walk:
Make sure to keep track of any changes that have been made since the last Gemba walk, and identify any new problems that may have arisen.