M.R. Hilbert Electrical Inspections & Training 


    Senior Inspector/Trainer:  Mark R. Hilbert 




                     Mark R. Hilbert



Mark brings a unique blend of technical and hands on experience to all seminars offered by M.R. Hilbert. Mark began his career as a construction electrician in 1973 and currently holds a master electricians license in three states.


He has over 26 years electrical inspection and Code interpretation experience and is currently the Deputy Electrical Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) at two Department of Energy Sites where he responsible for enforcing the National Electrical Code and NFPA 70E the Standard for Electrical Safety the Workplace. 



Mark joined the State of New Hampshire Electricians’ Licensing Board in 1993 as a field inspector.  He was promoted to the position of Chief Electrical Inspector in July of 2001 and retired on Dec. 31, 2010.  Prior to joining the State of New Hampshire, Mark was a self-employed electrical contractor located in Southern NH for over 15 years and worked as a maintenance electrician in general industry for over 7 years prior to starting his own business.

Mark is past president of the Granite State Chapter of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI), 2005 Eastern Section President and 2014 International President.  He is an inspector member of the Granite State Chapter Board of Directors, was the Education Chair of 10 years, is the delegate to the Eastern Section where is also Education Chair and Treasurer.


He is a Certified Electrical Inspector holding certificates from IAEI in One and Two Family Dwellings, Electrical General and Plan Review.  He is active in the Code making process and currently represents the IAEI on Code Making Panel (CMP) 2 of the National Electrical Code Committee 2 and on the Technical Committee on Electrical Equipment on Industrial Machinery, NFPA 79.


Mark was a National Electrical Code Instructor for the Laconia, NH Adult Education Electrical Apprentice Program for 4 years until he joined the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) in 2000 as a consultant providing advisory service on the National Electrical Code for the Electrical Engineering Department and as a National Electrical Code seminar instructor. In his capacity as a seminar instructor he has been involved in technical program development and has taught the National Electrical Code domestically and internationally.  He has brought the electrical safety message to the Nation as an instructor of NFPA 70, Electrical Safety in the Workplace for the past 17 years.