For 60 years, the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety has helped to improve the safety and health of people throughout the world. Owned and operated by Liberty Mutual Insurance, Boston, MA, the Institute conducts peer-reviewed research to advance scientific knowledge and help reduce injuries and prevent disability.
The Research Institute’s four research areas include:
According to the 2016 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index, the most disabling, nonfatal workplace injuries amounted to nearly $62 billion in direct U.S. workers compensation costs. Read the press release.
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Drowsy driving is a major public health concern accounting for one in five fatal car crashes. Our researchers study drowsy driving to raise awareness of the problem and inform interventions. To learn more, download the latest issue of From Research to Reality.
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Featured Scientific Paper
The International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Healthpublished an Institute investigation entitled, "The relationship among computer work, environmental design, and musculoskeletal and visual discomfort: Examining the moderating role of supervisory relations and co-worker support."