Just a few examples of our impact… (All work as Jarvis Bagshaw ltd).

Supporting New and Cutting-Edge Flight Operations
Design and implementation of pilot operating procedures and practices for the ground-breaking Queenstown RNP night operation (Airbus A320).
"Dr Jarvis' contribution was nothing short of a game changer for us" (Air New Zealand, 2019)

Electronic Conspicuity Device Usage.
Our 2023 scientific study for the CAA, in collaboration with GASCo, sampled over 2000 GA pilots as well as conducting eye-tracking in live flights, to establish six key points for safer usage. Search 'CAA electronic conspicuity video' on YouTube to see the output training video.

Creation of Safer Pilot Responses
Within-industry scientific research (2013 to present) on pilot attention developing general emergency prioritisation principles and processes, in airline and rotary domains.

Understanding Accidents
Accident investigations (for operators) regularly used, quoted and para-phrased by the UK Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB). Expert witnesses for many well know accidents.

Industry Guidance
CAP 737 (the UK CAA's 'Flight Crew Human Factors Handbook') edited, primarily authored and updated by Dr Jarvis, with chapters by Professor Bagshaw (among others). Popular around the world to help train pilot human factors, it is used extensively across other safety critical industries. CAP 737 is a free resource to download from the UK CAA website.

Cutting Edge Industry Training
Held at CAA's Aviation House, our recent CBTA courses ('Beyond Root Cause') for senior instructors/examiners, attracted over 100 participants from 30+ aviation organisations, resulting in exceptional feedback and repeat training requests from a number of airlines / operators.

Solving Inadvertent Slide Deployments
Our design of easyJet's unique (and unprecedented) A320 door checks reduced inadvertent slide deployments from at least five-per-year up to 2013, to none for ten years (2013 to 2023). We've worked on similar successful projects with several international mixed-fleet airlines. We do nevertheless recommend that even the best procedures are regularly reviewed and 'maintained', to prevent weakening in unnoticed areas.

Reducing Wrong-Deck Landings
Live-flying and simulator-based programme leading to recommendations implemented by operators across the world (including pilot practices before and after platform selection and crew decisions relating to automation levels).