Naloxone Safety Awareness Training

Course Details

Training in the application and use of Narcan Sprays commonly referred to as Naloxone Sprays

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Training is one of many actions that an organization can take to improve its performance and profitability It is proven that properly training your employees will reduce the risk of workplace injury, increase business productivity, develop positive relationships, and increase morale and job performance.

E-learning provides an excellent alternative to classroom training. It allows for greater mobility by the removal of the barriers of time and location. IST has assembled this library of online training units to meet the varied needs and budgetary constraints of all our clients; small, medium or large enterprises.

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Course Outline

* price does not include HST * travel costs may apply for some regions in Ontario Course Includes:
  • Workbook
  • Certificate of Accomplishment
  • Auditable Record of Training
  • Forms and Templates
  • Free Naloxone Kit - 1 per company


Participants of this course have received training in the application and use of Narcan Sprays commonly referred to as Naloxone Sprays. As part of the training the participants of this course received include the following elements:

  1. Understanding the problem of Opioid Overdoses in Ontario
  2. An understanding of what are “opioids” and how it effects the body
  3. An understanding of what is Narcan and how is it administered.
  4. How to recognize an opioid overdose
  5. How to respond to a possible opioid overdose, including calling emergency services and administering basic first aid if required.
  6. When should Naloxone sprays be administered
  7. How to administer Naloxone sprays
  8. Precautions that need to be taken when administering Naloxone
  9. What to do after Naloxone has been given to a person
  10. Where to get additional information about Opioid usage and Addictions.

This course is offered free to business in Ontario. Industrial Safety Trainers offers this no-cost training element as part of the following safety training programs:

Click here to download a free Opioid Risk Assessment to help you determine if your business would be required to provide Naloxone Kits

For more information on Naloxone Kits, click here. https://www.ontario.ca/page/naloxone-workplace

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