Naloxone Training is now considered a mandatory training course for individuals and organizations where there is a risk of opioid overdose under amendments made to the Occupational, Health & Safety Act. The course may be delivered as a stand-alone course or an adjunct to a First Aid, CPR & AED training course. Identifying, recognizing and managing the overdose is critical in the preservation of life when opioids are the cause.
- Identifying Drug Stigmatization and Harm Reduction
- Recognizing Opioids and Their Impact On the Body
- Managing an Opioid Poisoning Emergency
- Developing a Self-Care Plan
Once all training has been completed, we encourage participants to visit our resource page to find information on where they can get a naloxone kit in their community.
Participant Resource, Certificate (wallet card)
Bill 88, Working for Workers Act, 2022, Schedule 4 (Occupational Health and Safety Act)
Workers, Supervisors, JHSC Members, Health and Safety Representatives, workers and industries where there is a risk of an opioid overdose, etc.