Well, having never worked in a shipyard, I am somewhat unfamiliar as to what criteria a supervisor would use to evaluate his employees. But, I can tell you the specific criteria that have been used to evaluate me as an employee.
1) Attendance-Am I there when I say I'm going to be?
2) Punctuality-Am I on time?
3) Attitude-Am I a pleasure to work with?
4) Flexibility-Do I have the ability to adapt to any and all circumstances into which I am placed?
5) Communicability-Am I easy to talk to and will I ask appropriate questions when the need arises?
6) Initiative-Do I think "outside the box" and anticipate the needs of others?
7) Ambition-Do I have the desire to succeed and excel at what I do?
8) Focus-Do I put the company first and foremost?
9) Honesty-Can I be trusted with company assets and personal information?
10) Integrity-Can I be counted on to use morals and ethics no matter who is watching?
11) Reliability-Am I the "go to" person when something needs to get done?
12) "Cool as a Cucumber" Demeanor-Am I calm and collected under pressure and able to influence others to remain calm?
13) Responsibility-Am I accountable for my own actions and own up to mistakes made?
14) Courtesy-Do I demonstrate good manners and a kindly regard for others' feeling?
15) Tight-mouthed-Can I be relied upon to keep confidences, refrain from gossip, and mind my own business?
16) Teamwork-Am I a team player, striving to work well with others?
17) Knowledge, Experience, and Training-Am I well trained in my profession; do I have the necessary experience and credentials; am I willing to learn more?
These, and many more characteristics and traits not mentioned, are what most employers look for in their employees. A person would do well to cultivate and/or implement them if they desire good performance evaluations.