FOM has followed in the FIA's footsteps by cracking down on access to the pit lane during Formula One races.
Motor sport's governing body confirmed on Tuesday that it would tighten access to the pit lane during races with team personnel and marshals the only ones being given access.
The sport's commercial rights holder has now followed suit and confirmed that camera crews and broadcast personnel will be banned during all sessions.
The move comes after FOM cameraman Paul Allen was injured when a wheel that came loose from Mark Webber's car went flying through the air and knocked him down during Sunday's German Grand Prix.
Allen suffered a broken collarbone and ribs and was forced to spend Sunday evening in hospital.
Despite the announcement from the FIA and FOM, Sky Sports is hoping their coverage will not be affected by the new rules.
They said: "Following the serious incident which occurred in the pit lane during the German GP last weekend, Sky Sports F1 HD will be working to all new guidelines as specified by FOM.
"Safety remains a prime concern and we are sure that, whilst the new regulations will mean certain changes to pit lane protocols, we are confident that our coverage will not be affected."
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