Monica Ronchetti has been promoted to the position of deputy fire marshal, assigned to the Office of the Fire Marshal, according to San Bernardino County Fire Chief Mark Hartwig.
Ronchetti will oversee the Hazardous Materials CUPA Program and Household Hazardous Waste divisions; which encompasses the entire unincorporated San Bernardino County Fire Protection District area including several contract cities and districts. The Hazardous Materials Division provides oversight and implementation of all regulatory inspection and planning programs, manages the CUPA for the entire county and the cities within, provides emergency response to Haz-Mat related incidents, and oversees the Household Hazardous Waste program.
Ronchetti recently graduated from the Executive Development track of the County’s Management and Leadership Academy. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in environment studies with a minor in geography and a certificate in urban planning from Cal State San Bernardino.
Additionally, she is a California Specialized Training Institute certified instructor and a hazardous materials management trainer both at the local and state levels. She is also a Boy Scouts of America merit badge counselor and a High Adventure Crew #5330 quartermaster mentor coach.
Ronchetti has been working alongside retiring Deputy Fire Marshal Ionie Wallace, ensuring a smooth transition.