Is the information you are about to share personal or confidential? Can the person be identified (by words or images)? Refer to the Photography and Video Guidelines for more information.
Informed consent must be provided.
Do the people you work with have access to personal information about you? e.g., via Facebook?
What type of personal information is available and how may that affect perceptions about you in your professional (work) role? Could this be perceived to be damaging to you personally or in your work role?
As a worker, make sure your line manager is fully aware of what media you use in work. If in doubt discuss it with them.
Whatever social media you are using in work: Is it clear that you are representing the Church?
Generally, you should not use your personal mobile phone, email address or Facebook account or similar to communicate with children, young people or adults at risk.
Any photographs/videos taken while carrying out your professional role should not be posted on your personal Facebook account or any other social media site.
What is your gut feeling about the communication? If you feel even slightly uneasy about something you are about to publish, then you probably shouldn't publish it. If in doubt, discuss it with your line manager first.