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4.—(1) The prescribed provisions of the 1974 Act shall apply outside Great Britain to and in relation to –
(a)any offshore installation and any activity on it;
(b)any of the following activities in connection with an offshore installation, whether carried on from the installation itself, on or from a vessel or in any other manner, that is to say, inspection, testing, loading, unloading, fuelling, provisioning, construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair, maintenance, cleaning, demolition, dismantling and diving operations and any activity which is immediately preparatory to any of the said activities;
(c)the survey and preparation of the sea bed for an offshore installation.
(2) In this article, “offshore installation” means –
(a)the fixed structures consisting of six towers referred to in the Schedule to this Order as NSR M–1 and NSR R–1, NSR R–2, NSR R–3, NSR R–4 and NSR R–5 and settled on the sea bed at the locations specified in the Schedule and the related cables between each of those towers at sea bed level and the related cables which lie or extend outside the said locations; and
(b)an offshore installation within the meaning of section 1 of the Mineral Workings (Offshore Installations) Act 1971(1) which is within territorial waters or a designated area.
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