IEA/Liberty Mutual Medal
About the prize
"Ergonomics celebrates another success, with an article from the journal winning the IEA/Liberty Mutual Medal for the third year running. The winning article will be free to access and available to everyone until December, 2020. The IEA/Liberty Mutual Medal was instituted in 1998 and consists of a plaque (certificate), medal, and monetary award. This medal recognizes outstanding original research leading to the reduction or mitigation of work-related injuries and/or to the advancement of theory, understanding, and development of occupational safety research. The winners are selected by an international review committee established by the IEA."
Ergonomics IEA/Liberty Mutual Medal Winning Articles
|2019||Ewart J. de Visser, Richard Pak & Tyler H. Shaw||From ‘automation’ to ‘autonomy’: the importance of trust repair in human–machine interaction||61||10|
|2018||Patrick G. Dempsey,Jonisha Pollard,William L. Porter,Alan Mayton,John R. Heberger,Sean Gallagher,Leanna Reardon &Colin G. Drury||Development of ergonomics audits for bagging, haul truck and maintenance and repair operations in mining||60||12|
|2017||Stephen S. Bao,Jay M. Kapellusch,Andrew S. Merryweather,Matthew S. Thiese,Arun Garg,Kurt T. Hegmann & Barbara A. Silverstein||Relationships between job organisational factors, biomechanical and psychosocial exposures||59||2|