UBCP/ACTRA has a comprehensive discipline procedure that outlines the process followed in dealing with complaints and allegations of misconduct against members. The UBCP/ACTRA discipline procedure is designed to ensure that complaints are handled fairly, impartially, and efficiently while respecting the rights of all parties involved.

The discipline procedure is initiated when a complaint is filed against a member of the union alleging that they have breached the UBCP/ACTRA Bylaws Article 7.2. This clause outlines the expectations and standards of behavior that members must adhere to in their professional conduct, and it covers a wide range of areas, including harassment and discrimination, and working non-union. 

Once a complaint is received, the UBCP/ACTRA Charging Officer is notified, and an investigation is launched that follows set guidelines and timelines. 

The decision may include a range of disciplinary measures, including reprimands, fines, suspensions, and even expulsion from the union in extreme cases.

The member has the right to appeal the decision. 

Throughout the discipline procedure, both the member who is the subject of the complaint and the complainant (if applicable) are entitled to due process and a fair hearing. They will be provided with an opportunity to provide evidence and make representations to the Charging Officer, and they will be notified of any decisions made.