Sonography Safety Course in Pakistan by OSHAcademy USA (10 hours program)

As you know from the word ultrasound, in modern times, it helps to see different parts of the body through images with the aid of sound waves. The medical name of this operation, simply called a sonographer, is called a diagnostic medical sonographer. Ultrasound is not a straightforward work. To understand sonographic, special training is given. As one of the hazards they faced, known as Physical Structure disorders, sonographic work with ultrasound can face many hazards.

This Sonography Safety Course takes a look at these important topics with practical examples, including sonography safety, bloodborne pathogens in the healthcare setting, radioactive risks, and slip, trip, and fall prevention for healthcare setting. This program guides managers learn about OSHA training strandreds for their workers.

Why attend Sonography Safety Course in Pakistan?

If you’re joining the healthcare maintenance field and want to stay connected to what you’re doing or try to upgrade your skills, this program is a perfect way to accomplish all of these goals:

  • Teaches you how to stay safe.
  • Sharpen you working skills to read and analyze sonographic images.
  • Reducing the effect of radiation.
  • Adding information to avoid terrible injuries.
  • Helps to understands the principles of OSHA.
  • Gives you self-confidence, makes you aware of your duties and leads you to success.

Who should attend Sonography Safety Course Intended Audience?

This program represents all individuals who wants to work or formerly work in the hospital or laboratory healthcare field. After finishing this program, employers will realize that there must be safety at the workplace

To qualify for this program certificate, students must complete all required courses listed below. There is no time limit to complete the required courses.

  • The Workplace Hygiene & Illness Prevention
  • Foundation to OSHA
  • The biological hazards in Healthcare sector?
  • The Workplace Stress & Violence at health care sectors
  • Preventing Ergonomic related Injuries in health care sector with Sonography Safety Course
  • Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention
  • The Sonography Safety
  • Bloodborne Pathogens in the Healthcare Setting


Most frequent questions and answers

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The course is planned to be delivered in 10 Hours class training it will take 2 days in physical and 5 days if attend online.

Issuing body is OSHAcademy a well know United States organization working since 1970.

Yes- daily class duration will be 120 Minutes so it will take around 8 days to complete the course.

Sonography is a modern way of coping with an individual’s internal state with help of high frequency sound waves to produce images. The test is also called sonogram or genetic name called ultrasound.

Sonography can be heard by various instruments, but one of them is a transducer who detects and analyzes echo sounds. A system used to figure out the images being taken by sonographic test. A fully trained person can distinguish, compute, and analyze the shape of images. Only qualified physicians will be able to interpret the pictures in detail and to treat the patient.

Risks and Contraindications

A sonogram is a non-intrusive imaging test. Ultrasound is a safe treatment with no side effects, no complication, it can be treated best and there is no risk. All the treatment performed externally on the person’s body.

Using ultrasound, the exposure of energy displeases the tissues, but a qualified technician can decrease the exposure or the power of the sound with the help of the workstation. Then, sonography is the safest of the Imaging test.

It’s not easy to do an ultrasound job, as we’ve talked about before. In the field of obstetrics and gynecology, 90% persons involved with these areas suffer from special kinds of physical disorders. Being warned against all the threats suggests that people should be aware of the risks in order to protect themselves from accidents and job terminations.
We assume that all the discussion above clears the importance of sonographers, their employers and regulators.