Introducing Naloxone in the Workplace

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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. This program provides free naloxone training for up to two workers per eligible workplace.

Health & Safety Professionals Inc. 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 one free training each for two workers per workplace where compliance will be required (an “Eligible Workplace”).

Please note: HSPI offers Naloxone training to employers that have more than two workers that need to be trained. Training for additional workers (three or more) will not be funded under this program and will be charged on a per person basis. Send us an email at to discuss further.

About Ontario’s Workplace Naloxone Program

As of June 1, 2023, the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) requires employers to provide and maintain a naloxone kit 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.

This temporary program is funded by the Province of Ontario’s Workplace Naloxone Program.

Register for Training

Health & Safety Professionals Inc. is only responsible to provide free Naloxone training. Register for a free Naloxone kit on the Government of Ontario’s website.

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.

Register for the free “Introducing Naloxone in the Workplace” training course.

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Group Of Workers Discussing The Naloxone Implementation Plan

Choose from Three Learning Formats

Classroom Training

Classroom Training

Experience a live demo of administering Naloxone in this classroom training. The duration of the training is 2hrs.

Online Distance Learning

Online Distance Learning

Live instructor-led training with interactive case studies. Delivered virtually, the duration of this course is 1hr 30mins.



Self-paced online training. It takes approx. 45 mins for a learner to complete the entire eLearning course.


Multiple Workplace Locations

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.

Privacy Notice

As part of program administration and evaluation of the provision of free naloxone training to Eligible Employers through Ontario’s Workplace Naloxone Program, data related to business type, workplace size, and business postal code, as well as anonymized learner training evaluation results, will be collected and disclosed in aggregate to the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development (the “Ministry”) and its third-party service providers. The Ministry or its auditors may also request the records of Health & Safety Professionals Inc. related to the Program for audit purposes, including, without limitation, requesting copies of the attestations provided by registrants.

By proceeding with registering for this naloxone training, you hereby consent to the collection, use and disclosure of such information, by and to the Ministry, its auditors and its third-party service providers for the purposes set out above.

Any questions about the collection, use, and disclosure of information for the Workplace Naloxone Program by the Ministry can be directed to the Training and Awareness Branch, Prevention Division, Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development by email at or by phone at 1-416-212-9871.

Government Of Ontario

For questions, please contact us:

Phone: +1 (705) 254-3752