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Answer for What to do when supervisor refuses to conduct their duties.

Awesome! Without knowing all the facts, it sounds to me like the supervisor is being insubordinate. Just be sure you understand and can identify the job duty he/she is refusing. I should also mention that you need to respect the supervisor’s OHS rights if the refusal is a dangerous work refusal.