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11/21/2019 – There will offer be formal trainings on to administer the Naloxone, which usually comes as a nasal spray. “Most workplaces are already equipped with fire extinguishers and AEDs. We hope this pilot project will inspire more employers to build life-saving naloxone into the way they prepare for emergencies and create safe spaces for employees and customers alike,” Hargunani says. “Together, we can tackle this critical challenge in our communities.”

As part of the campaign, OHA will send 8,000 naloxone cases to businesses across Oregon. The case will include gloves, a rescue breathing mask, antiseptic wipes and an instruction card for naloxone administration. OHA is also providing cases to the nine federally recognized Native American tribes in Oregon, as well as county health departments who have opted to be part of the campaign.

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