Management shows their commitment to the company by going after work and keeping us all employed, providing resources for equipment and training, and providing supervision. As for worker commitment, we ask every one of you to follow the rules that have been set, including safety and ethics.
In our code of conduct, we clarify what the expectations are, be respectful, don’t steal, treat others well, do your job to the best of your ability. We ask you to set a good example for our company and our subcontractors. We don’t ask others to comply with rules that we don’t follow ourselves, we lead by example. This includes both on and off the jobsite. Anytime you are wearing a Delta logo, you represent the company, even if you are off work. Every time you drive a Delta vehicle, you represent the company. In the last year or so, we fielded 5 complaints about our drivers. These included things like unsafe acts on the road, discourtesy, and not showing aloha. We have been involved in multiple accidents and had property damage, on site and off.
Drive safely, allowing for existing conditions such as weather and visibility. Do not talk on the phone without a Bluetooth device, ever. Be courteous and let people merge, give people the benefit of the doubt. While you may be confronted with a belligerent person, don’t react to the provocation. Be polite, and ask for assistance from project staff if there is a problem. Just remember that any jobsite of ours is a place of business, and all interactions should be on that level. We want you to be proud of working here, and to exhibit the highest level of safety and craftsmanship.
We ask you to recommit yourself this year to continue improving our brand recognition, and make Delta and ourselves even more successful this year than last. Thank you for being part of this continuing process.