Steps 1, 2, and 3 are correct. Step 4 should be rinse, step 5 should be HCA. Step 6 is another rinse followed with final rinse in distilled water and photoflo. Last thing after that is to hang film in a dust free area to dry.
I totally agree with Gerald, terminology needs to be unified, and antiquated terminology done away with. We use fixer followed by wash aid and rinses with clear water and a final rinse even in distilled water alone will allow negatives to dry spot free. Wash or rinse aids help remove residual fixing agents and conserve water. The use of drying aids such as Kodak Photoflo and Edwals LFN make films dry a little faster and cleaner.