Forestry businesses share their experiences and what they have learnt.
Whānau Days are a great way to build community support for forestry, and to showcase the skills of our foresters. Watch this video about the Whānau Day run by Turangi-based Te Waa Logging.
How the Mike Hurring Training School in Balclutha is helping meet the demand for skilled forestry machinery operators in the South Island.
See how central North Island contractor Loggabull got the team involved in a hauler refit, and how the revamped machine makes it more productive and safer.
In what must be one of the longest partnerships in forestry, Gamble Forest Harvesting celebrated 50 years working for City Forests in 2021.
Forestry is full of family businesses. Contractor Tony Brand talks about how he’s tried to build a safe, professional business that’s a good place to work for his kids – and everyone he employs. What about your workplace? Is it good/safe enough for your kids?
Run by Mike Hurring Logging in Balclutha in a production thining crew. Cheaper to run, better for the environment and great safety features too.
In this video Forestry Solutions Group talks about the work it’s doing to help people recovering from addictions to get back on their feet and to get work in the forestry industry.
Pride Forestry on crew wellbeing and dealing with suicide.
How Gisborne-based contractor Stirling Logging looks after the wellbeing and safety of its crews.
How Gisborne Forestry Contractor Stirling Logging is rehabilitating workers with drug problems and getting them back to work in the forest.
Watch this video where Forest Protection Services talks about how setting up a H&S Committee helps it solve business problems, as well as improve health and safety.