Take a look through our contractor safety requirements and code of ethics.

As an Evergy contractor, it's important to familiarize yourself with the contractor safety requirements and Code of Ethics. For more detailed information, visit our contractor pages listed below.

  • What are contractor safety requirements? These are the general safety standards required of Corporate, Generation and Transmission contractors.
  • What is the Code of Conduct? This code is the ethical business requirements we expect our Suppliers to adhere to as well.

Planning electric service construction or meter installation? View our Electric Service Standards.

Code of Conduct and Safety Requirement Documentation 

Take a look at our full Supplier Code of Conduct and review applicable safety requirements below:

Note: Evergy employees must utilize Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge when viewing the Corporate, Generation and Field safety requirement links.

Current suppliers

Suppliers registered with our eSupplier portal can:
  • Access purchase orders
  • Access payment status
  • Respond or request changes online

New to Evergy?

Diverse suppliers not yet doing business with us must first register as a bidder on our supplier portal before bidding on a sourcing event.

Note: Internet Explorer 10 and 11 are not supported by our supplier portal. If you have one of these versions, please use compatibility mode.

Effective January 2019, Evergy established a business relationship with ISN ( to further enhance our contractor management program. ISNetworld is serving Evergy as our primary contractor information management system. Certain "field service" contractors are required to become subscribers to ISNetworld. 

 The ISN subscription requirements depend on the following three factors:

  1. field service work activities must be at/on any Evergy work sites or locations. This does not include off-site labor or services.
  2. the nature of work,
  3. the risk and exposure. 

Your Evergy business partners will work with you to gain a clear understanding of the nature of your work, exposure and risk in an effort to identify if your company may need to be a subscriber of ISN. 


NoteContractors will be required to complete an annual onboarding/orientation prior to commencement of work. View the orientation - contractor job aid and process.