Create an Opioid Overdose Response Program

Tools to Get You Started

Workplace opioid overdose programs may not all look the same, but they all should include key components such as naloxone access, related training and an opioid overdose policy. Policies and procedures can be added into existing emergency preparedness or first aid programs if you already have them in place. 

To implement an opioid overdose response plan in your workplace, download the Respond Ready implementation guide. This guide provides an example process you can use to create an opioid overdose response program and connects you with resources you may need as you develop your program. 

Additional guidance, tools and policies:

Naloxone and overdose FAQ

OSHA reporting and recordability requirements for overdose

Workplace Wellbeing Hub

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