What's on For other agencies Naloxone Training | August 23 Naloxone is a lifesaving drug which temporarily reverses the effects of an opioid overdose from drugs such as heroin, methadone and morphine. It can be used to help buy time and keep the casualty alive until the ambulance arrives. We can provide free naloxone training to professionals living in Bristol who are able to respond to an opioid overdose. If you work at a location in Bristol where you could respond to opioid overdose, please sign up below and provide as much information as possible about your place of work or location. If you are a member of the public who lives or works in a location where you could respond to an overdose - please email Carmine at [email protected]. Training includes: What naloxone is and how it works. Who is most at risk. Spotting signs and symptoms of overdoses. How to responds to an overdose and use naloxone. If you register to attend and then need to cancel, please provide us with a minimum 2 days notice so we can fill your space. Booking for this event has now closed.