Sunday 30 August 2015, with Philippa Tolley
Construction work at Wellington Airport.( RNZ / Gareth Thomas )
The message to stay safe on the job appears to be starting to get through to many businesses whether their workers are at the end of a chainsaw or on building sites.
Recent figures show a marked reduction in the number of deaths in forestry.
But it's a different story down on the farm where the fatality rate remains stubbornly high.
Insight asks what the plan is to keep farmers out of harm's way, and how other industries can keep up the momentum on health and safety to ensure workers go home alive at the end of their shifts
Gareth Thomas investigates how efforts to turn around a poor health & safety record in NZ can be sustained
Coming Up on Insight
8:12 am Sunday 6 September: Insight: Fossil Fuels - Necessity or Lethal Indulgence ?
Fossil fuels still fire many aspects of our economy.
That's despite the fact their role in adding to the CO2 levels in the atmosphere is well known.
And the search for new supplies continues, even though environmentalists warn of the climate change consequences of burning even the known resources still underground.
Radio New Zealand's Energy Reporter, Eric Frykberg, explores what future lies ahead for fossil fuels.
8:12 am Sunday 13 September: Insight: Relationship Turmoil
Relationships Aotearoa packs up. ( RNZ / Alexander Robertson )
In June the country's oldest and largest counselling service closed its doors.
For six decades Relationships Aotearoa provided counselling services to individuals, couples and families.
But chronic underfunding, relationship breakdowns, contractual difficulties, an absence of effective governance and changing government priorities overwhelmed Relationships Aotearoa.
What the implications of the closure for those who used the services and the wider sector.