ISL focuses on ways and means of improving work and workplaces based on multidisciplinary studies encompassing medicine, psy-chology, ergonomics, engineering, economics, and sociology. The overall aim of the institute is to identify scientific and practical solutions to actual problems in the work, working conditions, and working life of people in various economic sectors. ISL's current research topics include the analysis of job characteristics, better work and equipment designs, ergonomic workplace arrangements, safe work practices, assessment of work environment, prevention of occupational diseases and work-related disorders, work organization, equality in employment, and problems facing workers with increasingly diverse lifestyles.
- J. F. Oberlin University 1F 3-23-1 Hyakunincho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-0073, JAPAN
- Eastern Asia
Areas of focus
Founder gender: All male
Leader gender: Male Leader(s) (2022): N/A
Leader gender: N/A Leader(s) (2021): Tsuneo Sakamoto (Director)
Leader gender: Male
Rating of data accuracy (find out more): Authenticated
Data sources consulted: NIRA Think Tank Directory, Organisation´s website
Notes: Limited information on staff and no funding information available.