One of the principal objectives of SBMA is to create jobs through vibrant economic activity in order to address the needs of the people of the cities and municipalities surrounding the former Subic Bay Naval Base (Sec. 113, I.R.R., R.A. 7227).
The SBMA adopts a policy of industrial peace, harmony and productivity within the SBF giving due consideration to the new concept of the Freeport in order to establish a business and commercial atmosphere which encourages investments and simultaneously promotes and enhances the lives and dignity of all workers.
To help attain this objective, a Labor Center responsible for studying and amicably settling professional and labor relations and disputes, interpretation of employment contracts, and monitoring work hygiene and safety standards within the SBF, was established within the SBMA. (Chap. X, C. Sec. 115, I.R.R. of R.A. 7227).
To promote and develop responsive and pro-active initiatives and programs through a holistic approach in pursuit of providing the locators/investors and other clients with excellent customer service not only the needed number of workers with proper skills but also attain harmony, productivity, work values and industrial peace within SBF.