What can we help you find today?

Sample Naloxone Hydrochloride Administration Standard Operation Procedure

Print This PagePrint This Page Send by EmailSend by Email
Reviewed Date: January 29, 2020

Original Author: 
Wolf, Dennis
Date of Material: 
Jul 20, 2017

Public health and safety--Drugs

Sample Naloxone Hydrochloride Administration Standard Operation Procedure

This is a sample policy to be used as a template for a fire department to create a specific policy for their fire department. Though Tennessee law allows a properly trained individual to administer naloxone for a suspected opioid overdose, the fire department should check with their medical director BEFORE implementing a naloxone administration SOP and should follow the medical director’s advice.
Reference Document(s): 

About Our Knowledgebase

Information written by MTAS staff was based on the law at the time and/or a specific sets of facts. The laws referenced may have changed and/or the technical advice provided may not be applicable to your city or circumstances. Always consult with your city attorney or an MTAS consultant before taking any action based on information posted to this website.