In Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), discipline, work refusals, and reprisals are critical aspects concerning worker safety and rights. OHS guidelines advocate for fair and consistent discipline procedures that prioritize corrective actions over punitive measures. Employees must feel empowered to refuse work they believe to be unsafe without fear of reprisal. Employers are responsible for investigating such refusals and addressing safety concerns promptly. Reprisals against workers who exercise their rights in refusing unsafe work are strictly prohibited by OHS regulations. Establishing transparent procedures, fostering an open communication culture, and providing avenues for workers to report safety concerns without fear of retaliation are crucial to uphold OHS principles, ensuring a safe and healthy work environment for all.