Trusted Workplace Violence Prevention Consultant

With two decades of specialized expertise and experiences as a Violence Interdiction Specialist Postal Inspector and Security Management Consultant, Felix Nater views workplace violence prevention as an ongoing process involving multiple intervention strategies needed in managing work-site specific challenges. He recognizes the issues and challenges facing businesses and organizations.

Are you interested in improving your situation or rationalizing the rampant myths that “it won’t happen at my place” or that “workplace violence is not preventable?” As a highly experienced workplace violence prevention consultant, Felix pursues holistic workplace violence prevention strategies and develops processes and methods to bridge the gap that dispels myths, and complex theories and relies on practical solutions for leaders in organizations to use in risk mitigation and workplace security.  Are you open to new ideas?

Learn How You Can Develop and Manage your Workplace Violence Prevention Program

  • Consulting Services

  • Our Workplace Violence services are designed with your business in mind. Because of our broad expertise in aspects of Workplace Violence Prevention, we are able to tailor approach to support … Continue reading

  • Solutions to Workplace Violence

  • Nater Associates, Ltd. applies tactful and effective security consulting solutions based on lessons learned from the specialized experiences and expertise acquired from Violence Interdiction and the United States Postal Service. … Continue reading

  • Workplace Violence Strategy

  • We help Clients dismantle and dispel critical myths that impede the value of a successful strategy towards preventing workplace violence: “Workplace Violence is not preventable and it won’t happen here“. … Continue reading

  • Nater Associates Philosophy

  • Business Development Strategy and Vision. We listen to and engage our Clients to verify their exact needs and tailor solutions they feel comfortable with. We offer value, stickiness, and independence based … Continue reading