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A spokesman for Karpet Right said Ben did not work for them but was a self-employed fitter whose van had their name on it.
A spokesman said: "Gas Safe Register has a team searching out rogue fitters and has investigated almost 5,000 illegal gas jobs in recent years.
They recently summarised the industry's recommendation "For a harmonised European Tower Cranes' Fitters License", and "For a harmonised European Tower Cranes' Drivers License" respectively.
IN response to the letter about fitting fire alarms (Liverpool ECHO, October 19) I totally agree with Oliver Wright campaign manager of the carbon monoxide Be Alarmed campaign, because recent concerns have been raised about the use of illegal gas fitters and the cost to customers for fixing dangerous and shoddy workmanship.
Button said: "I've stepped up all of my training over the winter because I felt that you just need to be fitter for the season we have ahead.
Fitters need to evaluate bare feet for foot and arch type, width differences, toe length and shape, and emerging bunions.
Strickler's 1925 publication, "The Principles of Scientific Corset Fitting," explained that recent changes in corsetry compelled a greater level of specialized training for corset fitters.
In terms of content, it is rather surprising that Fitter does not explicitly raise the question of the relation of gender to landscape in this study of male poetry, male space, and male landscape.
Top candidates from the "University" will be eligible for corporate positions with Bath Fitter beginning in January 2011.
A Dumfries-based rental systems company is recruiting a fitter for their Carlisle depot to maintain fleet pumps and engines ready for hire.
And it said Geordies do not always ask to see evidence that a fitter is registered.
NEIL LENNON has told Wellington Silva to get fitter if he wants to be a Bolton success.