Naloxone Training eLearning


This eLearning program will provide learners with the knowledge to recognize an opioid overdose, to administer naloxone and acquaint the worker with any hazards related to the administration of naloxone. The training includes a discussion on opioid related deaths, overdose and addiction.


Course Content

By the end of this program, learners will be able to:

  • Identify what an opioid overdose is
  • Identify the steps to respond to an opioid overdose
  • Identify what Naloxone is and how it works
  • Identify how to administer Naloxone 
  • Identify the hazards related to the administration of Naloxone
  • Identify the purpose of the Good Samaritan Act 

Learners will have 2 attempts to complete the final test and must achieve a score of at least 80%.


Who should take this course?

Anyone in a workplace who is responsible for a Naloxone kit or wants to learn about opioid overdose and Naloxone administration. 

Employers who are required to comply with the naloxone requirements in the Occupational Health and Safety Act can obtain one free nasal spray naloxone kit per workplace as part of Ontario’s Workplace Naloxone Program. IHSA and PSHSA do not provide naloxone kits.



This eLearning program is available in both tracked and untracked versions. The tracked version provides each participant with a certificate of completion and a record of the training will be retained. 


Register for the tracked version here.


The untracked version is available on demand, but does not provide a certificate of completion and no records of completion will be maintained. To access it, click on the button below.

SKU: 20230612_NO_SKU