Yes it must and in this case it may have been a contributing factor but the controllers, ground vehicles and ground aircraft were operating to CAT I, I would assume.
As low viz procedures were not in force then they can all use CAT I holds not CAT III protected and use the ILS protected areas (denoted by yellow and green centre line taxy way lights)
It was the arriving aircrafts decision to autoland so they should have applied internal procedures.
Edited to add:
No speed brakes selected during the landing roll either. This looks like a complete cockpit procedure screw up! No reversers, no speed brakes, attempting to lift the nose, A/P engaged, Ground switch forgotten (Dubai crash!).
Even in the event of a baulked landing you would disconnect the A/P and the A/T, apply full power, fly the aircraft off the runway, climb (to avoid a tail strike) rotate to 15 degrees and call a go-around, flaps 20, positive climb, gear up.
The approach would still be flown at Flap 30 and Flap 20 not selected until climbing away.
Some fudging going on here! :D