Do the safety zone rules in the last answer also apply to offshore support vessels?

Support vessels servicing the installation concerned are allowed to enter but should only do so after consultation with the installation’s OIM, to ensure that they don’t endanger any other operations being carried out. OIMs may demand the modification or termination of any support vessel activity that they regard as hazardous.

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