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Western Power invites prospective suppliers to 'register your interest' by providing key information to help us understand your business and the types of materials, goods and/or services you offer. Submission of a completed supplier registration does not confirm approval or pre-qualification status on any supplier or guarantee you the opportunity to formally quote for work. 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 supplier registration process. To ensure that we review the most up to date information, all existing and prospective suppliers should submit a new registration each year, or earlier if there are changes to information previously submitted.

Please complete the online form below ensuring all mandatory fields have been completed prior to submitting your details. All information is to be completed electronically. Note that it is not possible to save and complete the registration at a later stage. You can download a copy of the registration form questions to ensure you've got all the correct information before beginning your registration.

Prior to completing the supplier registration form, Western Power recommends you read the suppliers and tenderers FAQs. If you require further information to complete the form please email Procurement Operations.

We’re seeking registrations of interest from suitably qualified and experienced organisations for the collection, salvage and disposal of equipment including, but not limited to, scrap metal, oil and SF6 filled, Pitch and gel filled, grease filled cables, PCB contaminated, manual and electric meters. Common items include transformers, cables, meters and associated attachments from Western Power’s South West Interconnected System (SWIS).

The Services will include collection, registration and reporting of materials from around 25 locations across the SWIS; coordination and delivery of salvage and disposable activities; and environmental, sustainability and safety compliance management and reporting.

To be considered for the inclusion in a Request for Tender (RFP), please register your interest by completing the form below by 16 November 2018.

Please ensure the following details are included in your registration:

  • Brief description of the areas of expertise relevant to the above scope
  • Current and previous experience in undertaking reverse logistics
  • Brief summary of employees and equipment with physical location
  • Brief detail of current Safety, Health and Environmental Management System
  • Reason for Registration: Please select ‘in response to an advertised bid’; and
  • Title of the procurement event: WS1516939495_Reverse Logistics Services

We are seeking registrations of interest from suitably qualified and experienced companies capable to carry out detailed direct condition assessments on pre-selected transmission steel assets to provide environmental corrosion assessments and remedial management recommendations.

It is expected that this trial project will be carried out using the contractor’s best practice steel inspection rating criteria and specifications. 

Works will be limited to foundations of structures and outside the minimum approach distances to live equipment.

We are looking for outcomes from this project that will determine:

  • Lifecycle Corrosion Management Plan for the assessed structures that can be utilised across the Western Power transmission steel assets
  • the corrosion classification system to be used to assess the assets
  • information and/or access to tools that can be used to measure and assess structural corrosion and tools for forecasting degradation of steel structures due to corrosion.

To be considered for the inclusion in a Request for Proposal, please register your interest using the form below by 7 November 2018

Please ensure the following details are included in your registration:

  • Brief description of your expertise and associated ICT systems utilised relevant to the above
  • Brief detail of current Safety, Health and Environmental Management System
  • Reason for Registration (please select ‘in response to an advertised bid’)
  • Title of the procurement event (please enter ‘WS1495885936_K1Z7 Inspect Line Corrosion')

If your organisation is an existing supplier on our Electricity Network Corrosion Management panel, then a Registration of Interest is not required as invitation to the Request for Tender process is automatic.

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