The Japanese’s 5S Good Housekeeping practices at the workplace have proven to raise the level of productivity for many organizations worldwide. In fact, 5S Good Housekeeping is the first and most basic module for “Lean Manufacturing” implementation. Many government offices also strive to implement this 5S Good Housekeeping practices to improve their service efficiency, corporate image as well as safety levels. Using this relation between housekeeping and productivity as a basis, organizations should take steps on a regular basis to reduce its costs through the elimination or reduction of wastage. To achieve this, employees should be trained to carry out 5S Good Housekeeping practices to identify and eliminate wastes in their organizations. 5S Good Housekeeping is a simple, low-cost approach, systematic and successful way to an improved workplace. An organized workplace is also a safer place. It leads to a cleaner and neater environment and happier workers.