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WA’s workplace health and safety laws have changed as a result of the Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act 2020. Check what you need to do to be compliant: work health and safety laws.

Inline with our sustainable procurement principles we seek to work with suppliers who contribute to sustainable development are economically, environmentally and socially responsible. Our Supplier Code of Conduct details expectations of our suppliers and their supply chains in providing goods and services to our organisation and the broader Western Australian community.

Western Power can consider engaging an organisation that meets the minimum accreditation requirements in the following areas:

  • business and commercial information
  • insurance
  • safety and health
  • environmental.

Our accreditation process requires suppliers to be transparent about their business and to actively engage in our policies and processes.

To register your interest in becoming a supplier to Western Power please complete our supplier request form ensuring all mandatory fields have been completed prior to submitting your details. See the dedicated tenders and registrations of interest page for information on specific upcoming events.

Once completed your supplier request will be sent to the appropriate procurement representative for approval. If approved, we may send an invitation to register your business on Ariba if Western Power may require the goods or services that you are offering in the future.

The award of any business by Western Power will follow an established procurement process in line with Western Power approved policies, standards and guidelines.

Information received will be treated in confidence but may be disclosed to any part of Western Power as part of the accreditation process.

For further information read about our E-Procurement or contact our Procurement team.

Supplier request form