Grahame has worked in the fire and security industry since 1979. He was instrumental in developing a small, regional fire and security alarm company into one of the industry’s most successful specialist companies.
In 1987, Grahame assisted with the development of radio-based, wire-free fire alarm systems and, following the Windsor Castle fire in November 1992, he worked closely with the National Trust, English Heritage and the Royal Household to develop codes of practice and to improve detection techniques for listed buildings.
Grahame is well known in the industry and actively promotes the use of new technology to save lives and properties. Working closely with manufacturers, consultants and end-users, he has assisted with the development of these products and promotes this work by regularly lecturing on building fire safety and security.
Who is your favourite band or artist?
What’s your favourite film?
Gladiator, it’s my ringtone!
What’s your favourite food?
What is something you dislike?
Losing, of course.
Where is your favourite place in the world?
Getting on the podium at a motor race meeting.