Be reliable. Do what you say you are going to do. Complete every task the right way, every time, even if no one is watching.
Understand not just what you do, but why you do it. Seek greater knowledge about the systems, processes, and hazards in and around our workspace.
Constantly ask yourself what could go wrong. Check for out-of-the-ordinary. Learn to anticipate potential problems. Don’t assume things are okay. Verify.
Treat your workplace and role with respect, recognizing the seriousness of what you do and your role as part of something bigger. Follow documented procedures, expect the same from others. If you think of a better way, raise the idea, move it through the organization. Help improve procedures.
Backup your coworkers. Look for what they may have missed and expect the same in return. Have the courage to care and intervene. If you see an issue, own it.