Staff Profile: Brandon Graham
Following his recent promotion to Site Supervisor, we decided to ask Brandon Graham a few questions to find out a bit more about him. Here is what he said:
How did you first get involved with Lingwood Security Management?
A friend referred me to the company and I did my badge with them to start with.
What was your first impression of Lingwood Security Management?
A company with good foundations and big goals.
What's your first memory of working at Lingwood Security Management?
Check calling a guard who had woken up on the wrong side of the bed.
What has surprised you most about working at Lingwood Security Management?
The progression I have managed to achieve in such a short time. How much the company takes note of hard work.
What do you find most challenging about your work?
Having to please clients on the spot by fixing problems that aren’t always able to be solved there and then.
What's the best/worst thing to happen since you started working at Lingwood Security Management?
Best – progression into my new role.
Worst – When you have a bad day and nothing seems to go to plan.
If you could change one thing about Lingwood Security Management what would it be?
Change the way the guards see the controllers. It’s always guards vs. controllers. Communication is key.
What do you wish other people knew about Lingwood Security Management?
How National the company actually is and how hard some staff actually work to progress.
What interesting characters have you worked with at Lingwood Security Management?
D Ash. An absolute legend. It’s more of a wide variety of characters rather than interesting.
What do you think will change at Lingwood Security Management over the next five years, or in the industry as a whole?
Network Rail Projects. They are run completely differently to a normal static site.
If you weren't working at Lingwood Security Management, what would you be doing instead, or what would your life be like?
Life would be very boring. Here, every day is different.
How would someone describe you?
I’ll have to ask. I reckon mouth will come into it.
What do you do when you aren't working?
Receive phone calls about work!