Our ethical codes are based on the principles contained in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (which OMB supports in all its areas), in the Tripartite Declaration of Principles on Multinational Enterprises, ILO Social Policy and OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.

The objective of the Code of Ethics, shared and disseminated at a capillary level with internal and external collaborators, is to promote respect, fairness and collaboration inside and outside the company.


Since September 2021, we have been committed to the UN Global Compact Corporate Responsibility Programme, the  largest corporate citizenship strategic initiative in the world, promoted by the United Nations, and its principles about human rights, work, environment and anti-corruption. 

For this purpose, the UN Global Compact requires companies and organisations to share, support, apply and report a set of fundamental human rights principles, work standards, environmental protection and fight against corruption.


We are committed to giving life to these goals, set by the United Nations within the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.



As highlighted by our ethical codes, ensuring an inclusive working environment and respecting the uniqueness of each person is among our main principles.  

To protect the value and diversity of all the employees, we have set up a dedicated Team and opened a counselling service aimed at reporting behaviors that might be configured as discriminatory.  

In 2022, we signed the Charter for Equal Opportunities and Equality at Work of Sodalitas foundation, sponsored by the Ministry of Labour, the Ministry of Equal Opportunities and the European Community: a declaration of intents signed voluntarily by 900 companies of all sizes for the dissemination of a corporate culture and inclusive policies, free from discrimination and gender bias, age, disability, ethnicity or religious faith and capable of enhancing talents in all their diversity.

In October 2023 we have obtained UNI PDR 125:2022 certification on Gender Equality, which is part of a more complex path towards Sustainability that OMB has been undertaking for some years.