The increasing occurrence of preventable diseases among industrial workers has led to resurgence in Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) education and awareness. With this rise in awareness, the need to protect workers from adverse work conditions which generate stress and precipitate occupational related diseases among workers has come to the fore. Thereby impelling governments to set standards for employee health and safety. This book therefore provides analytic information for health promotion, disease prevention and rehabilitation in Occupational Health & Safety practice and Health Education to ensure good health of the workforce. These measures include the integration of OH&S Practice into national Primary Healthcare (PHC) programmes in order to provide access for medical care to low income workers. This book measures the effectiveness of healthcare services provision by employers and the potential benefits of compliance with global best practices in Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) practice. It advocates effective preventive and disease control measures and highlights the role of the employee in self-protection and health promotion as paramount.