Leadership and communication are integral aspects of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), influencing the establishment of a safe and healthy work environment. Effective leadership involves setting a strong example, prioritizing safety, and actively participating in OHS initiatives. Leaders should encourage open communication channels, ensuring that employees feel comfortable reporting hazards, incidents, or suggesting improvements. Clear and concise communication of safety policies, procedures, and expectations is crucial to ensure everyone understands their roles and responsibilities regarding OHS. A strong leadership commitment to safety cultivates a culture where safety is valued, leading to better compliance, improved safety practices, and ultimately, a safer workplace for all.