Safety should be the origin of thinking in the preparation and implementation of every task in life. Safety is a major concern throughout society, and something everyone is in continuing struggle to be aware and prevent. Safety is the state or condition of protection against physical, social, spiritual, financial, political, emotional, psychological, and educational consequential events, which are hazardous, and detrimental. This book focuses on the physical, occupational, educational areas in addition to the consequences of failure, damage, error, and accidents. Safety requires attention to detail and a clear understanding in the difference of a safe and unsafe environment. This text also provides discussion and insight into injuries, illnesses, accident investigation, and safety incident reporting. As the journey starts to wind down, discussions will focus on injury and illness incident rates, and addition safety hazards some view as violations depending upon the working environment. Safety and health managers are individuals who use an assortment of managerial, technical, and scientific knowledge to avoid distress and loss. Their different positions and responsibilities differ according to their training, experience, and working organizations.