Dominique Perissin-Fabert

Vice Chair

Dominique started her career as an Environmental Health Officer for Westminster City Council in 1998. She quickly specialised in the entertainment sector covering theatres and other entertainment venues such as casinos and private members club in the West End. She has led on some high-profile investigations such as the Apollo ceiling collapse.

She joined the Royal Opera House in 2015 as Health and Safety Manager with responsibilities across all operations from new productions to stage activities to managing occupational health. She believes in finding practical solutions in a fast-paced industry and fostering trust between management, staff and the health safety and wellbeing function.

She is a Chartered Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (CMIOSH) and hold a Master’s in Public Health and Health Promotion.