Ontario Workplace Naloxone Program

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Free Workplace Naloxone Training in Ontario

Eligible workplaces can register up to 2 employees at no cost, thanks to the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development. This temporary program is funded by the Province of Ontario’s Workplace Naloxone Program.

Para-Mentors is an authorized Program Provider.

What makes our Workplace Naloxone Program different?

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Train your employees fast - UNDER 1 HOUR - with our rapid, self-paced online program. Learn from anywhere at anytime.

Fun & Engaging

Our program includes engaging multimedia content, videos, and animations to demonstrate the proper administration of naloxone.

Step by Step

Clear, step-by-step tutorials guide participants through the process of recognizing an opioid overdose, administering naloxone, and providing post-administration care.

Maximum Retention

Visual aids enhance understanding and retention of crucial information, so that you'll respond correctly when it counts.

Built for Understanding

These tutorials ensure that participants understand the correct procedures thoroughly. It's not designed as a "test," it's designed as a learning experience.

100% Approved by the government of Ontario

Meets all Ontario Naloxone Regulations

covers all workplace requirements

Starting June 1, 2023, the Occupational Healthand Safety Act (OHSA) will require employers to provide and maintain naloxonekits in the workplace if the employer becomes aware, or ought reasonably to beaware, that there may be a risk of a worker opioid overdose at a workplacewhere that worker performs work for the employer.

Our course is fully compliant with all 2023OHSA guidelines and is approved by the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training, and Skills Development.

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HOW TO USE A NALOXONE KIT

Employers are responsible for ensuring their workplace meets all health and safety standards.

Now, those employers must also ensure that, at any time there are workers in the workplace, the naloxone kit is in the charge of a worker who:

• works in the vicinity of the kit, and

• has received training to recognize an opioid overdose, to administer naloxone and to acquaint the worker with any hazards related to the administration of naloxone.

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DIGITAL CERTIFICATION & TRACKING

Participants who successfully complete the online naloxone program will receive a digital certification issued to the email address provided upon registration.

Our online platform tracks participants' progress and completion status, and certification records are maintained for a minimum of 3 years.

This is perfect for employers to ensure that their workforce is adequately trained in naloxone administration, and up-to-date certification records are always available in case of need.

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2 Employees per Eligible workplace for free

Ontario's Workplace Naloxone Program

FREE FOR A LIMITED TIME

For a limited time, Ontario’s Workplace Naloxone Program will provide initial support to employers who are required to comply with the naloxone requirements in the OHSA by providing free naloxone training for up to two workers per workplace and/or one free nasal naloxone kit per workplace.

Para-Mentors is a proud program training provider for the Ontario Workplace Naloxone Program. Our role is to support employers that are required under the OHSA to provide a naloxone kit in their workplace by offering free workplace naloxone training for up to two workers.

Eligibility Requirement

Each employer who is required to comply with the OHSA requirements (an “Eligible Employer”) may register for a maximum of free training for two workers per workplace where compliance will be required (an “Eligible Workplace”).

Funded by The Government of Ontario

For approved workplaces, two employees can get trained for free thanks to funding provided by The Government of Ontario. Additional employees can also get trained via the regular training stream.

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Program Developed by Paramedics

Frontline active Paramedics tailor-made this program to provide a realistic experience without real-world consequences, improving participants' confidence and skills.

It also incorporates many essentials from Standard First Aid Care as well as CPR skills.

Vetted & Approved

Our course is approved by The Government of Ontario, and designed with a strong foundation that has been vetted by multiple Health Care Professionals.

Built to Work

Paramedics respond to opioid overdoses on a daily basis. Our course is built upon the thousands of experiences shared by Paramedics, and it's built to be effective.

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Naloxone Kit Delivery

We can help you get a Naloxone Overdose Kit for your workplace through our program.

Fully Compliant

Our Naloxone kits meet all requirements as per the Occupational Health and Safety Act Section 25.2

Customized

In addition to meeting the requirements, we'll work with you to tailor your Naloxone Kit around your unique needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Naloxone Training

Here are the most common questions about Naloxone Training in Ontario.

How can I get FREE naloxone training?

Ontario’s Workplace Naloxone Program

For a limited time, Ontario’s Workplace Naloxone Program will provide initial support to employers who are required to comply with the naloxone requirements in the OHSA by providing free naloxone training for up to two workers per workplace and/or one free nasal naloxone kit per workplace.

Para-Mentors is a proud program training provider for the Ontario Workplace Naloxone Program. Our role is to support employers that are required under the OHSA to provide a naloxone kit in their workplace by offering free workplace naloxone training for up to two workers.

Each employer who is required to comply with the OHSA requirements (an “Eligible Employer”) may register for a maximum of free training for two workers per workplace where compliance will be required (an “Eligible Workplace”).

Eligible Employers will be required to attest at time of registration that they have not previously registered for or received free training through Ontario’s Workplace Naloxone Program for the Eligible Workplace location requested.

Do workers in Ontario require naloxone training?

Starting June 1, 2023, the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) will require employers to provide and maintain naloxone kits in the workplace if the employer becomes aware, or ought reasonably to be aware, that there may be a risk of a worker opioid overdose at a workplace where that worker performs work for the employer.

Those employers must also ensure that, at any time there are workers in the workplace, the naloxone kit is in the charge of a worker who:

• works in the vicinity of the kit, and

• has received training to recognize an opioid overdose, to administer naloxone and to acquaint the worker with any hazards related to the administration of naloxone.

Learn more about how employers can determine if they need to provide naloxone in the workplace.

Where can I find regulations for Naloxone Kits?

You can find exactly what you need, by law, in a Naloxone Kit in the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Here is a link to Section 25.2 of the Occupational Health & Safety Act https://www.ontario.ca/laws/statute/90o01#BK49

What if I have multiple workplaces eligible for FREE naloxone training?

If you have multiple Eligible Workplaces that meet the OHSA requirements for naloxone, you are eligible to register additional workers for training for each Eligible Workplace location.

Multiple registrations/orders for the same workplace location will not be funded through Ontario’s Workplace Naloxone Program.

Can I include CPR & First Aid Training?

Yes! Go to Para CPR & First Aid and register now.

Best practice is to have the worker trained in Naloxone also trained in first aid, or accompanied by someone who is trained in first aid.

Where does Ontario's official guidance on Naloxone in the Workplace come from?

Official guidance in Ontario is provided directly by the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training, and Skills Development.

Below are links to visit the Ontario government website for Naloxone in the Workplace, including Guidance on Naloxone in the Workplace.

EN: https://www.ontario.ca/page/naloxone-workplace

FR : https://www.ontario.ca/fr/page/la-naloxone-sur-le-lieu-de-travail

Shortlink:

EN : ontario.ca/WorkplaceNaloxone

FR: ontario.ca/NaloxoneAuTravail

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