Opioids in the workplace = RISK

Since 2000, more than a million people in the United States have died of drug overdoses, the majority of which were due to opioids.

Continued increases in overdose deaths and recent declines in life expectancy call for need to adopt comprehensive public health approaches to the opioid crisis. Opioid addiction has become one of the United States’ biggest killers, endangering public health. Making naloxone readily available is key to saving lives. Opioid settlement funds are widely available now to assist City and County Health Officials not only make naloxone available, but also carry and storage solutions to their most vulnerable citizens and the many organizations assisting them.

Getting Naloxone and training your people are solid first steps.

Visibility and accessibility will maximize the impact on saving lives.

Dr. Rahul Gupta, director of the White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy, said expanding access to overdose reversal medications is a key part of the President’s National Drug Control Strategy.

Today, we are taking the historic step to recommend that every federal facility across the nation has lifesaving overdose reversal medications like naloxone on site. These lifesaving medications should be as readily available as fire extinguishers or defibrillators in all public spaces, from schools, to housing communities, to restaurants, retail, and other businesses.” Gupta said.

  • Retrofit an existing AED cabinet to include naloxone, making it readily accessible to potential responders
  • Complete pouch kit is a perfect give away at community events
  • Insulated carry pouches are ideal for a belt, backpack, purse, anywhere naloxone might be needed
  • Exact replica demo trainers for hands-on training and voice modules for audible reminders

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