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What next Where is PTFI 2 Grasberg mine in relation to the PTFI main office Project Area aka Jobsite Some quick facts about Indonesia Location South East Asia PTFI ID: 806997 Download


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You are traveling to PT-FI in Indonesia for the first time…

What next?


Where is PT-FI?


Grasberg mine in relation to the PTFI main office


Project Area (aka ‘Jobsite’)


Some quick facts about Indonesia


: South East Asia; PTFI

is located on the Island of Papua, the most eastern island of Indonesia

Size: 15th largest country in the world; 17508 Islands, 6000 inhabited, World largest archipelagic state

Brief History: Former Dutch Colony, aka Dutch East Indies, Independent since 1945President: Joko Widodo (Nickname – “Jokowi”)Population: 254 Mio people with a labor force of 120 Mio., 15+ ethnic groups; 40% Javanese



31 provinces

divided into 3 times zones;


: Jakarta


: Tropical, Hot & HumidMain Language(s): Bahasa Indonesia, English, as well as thousands of specific local dialectsLiteracy rate: 93%Currency: Indonesian Rupiah (Rp.)Credit Card: Visa and MasterCard are widely accepted; American Express with decreasing acceptanceReligion: 87.2% Muslim, 9.9% Christian, 2.9% OtherCountry Calling Code: +62; Internet country code .id Cell phone & Internet use: Local service availableTime zone difference to the US (PHX): 14 hours ahead (Jakarta); 16 hours ahead (Timika)



Planning your travel to Indonesia


FM Travel Center

will assist with the coordination of all aspects of your travel to

Indonesia, including local transportation and lodging. Following are the consultants who are available to assist in various areas:

Passport/Visa Processing & Medical RequirementsKatie Holtman Genorie ChurchTravel ArrangementsSandra CasonKaren WilsonValeri KnoxJulian SierraNick LiebermanManager’sNick LiebermanMichele Gannon




Before You Go


Getting started

The following items must be completed in

preparation for

your trip to

Indonesia Obtain approval for international travel via the on-line approval system.

Please include the purpose of your trip and the name of the person you will be working with while on-site. This information is required to obtain local services, such as security transportation. Once the request is approved it will be assigned to an FM Travel Center agent to begin confirming your trip.Please contact the US documentation team as soon as you are aware that you’ll be traveling to Indonesia. Papua is a restricted area of Indonesia and typical visa rules do not apply. Additional governmental approval is necessary.



FM Travel Center

site to review current protocol for travel to





The American Express Credit Card is no longer

widely accepted in


. This includes many of the FM preferred hotels in Bali and Jakarta, the Rimba Papua hotel in Timika and the Lupa Lelah in Tembagapura.

Visiting travelers must have a Visa or Master Card. US employees may contact T&E for an alternate corporate card prior to travel. Please note that this is in addition to and not a replacement for the corporate American Express card.   The company travel policy still requires travelers to use their corporate American Express whenever possible. Paying with Credit Card while enroute to PTFI


Small PTFI dictionary


– most eastern part of Indonesia; the Indonesian side of the island New Guinea, sharing a border with the independent country of Papua New Guinea.

Grasberg” – Name of Freeport’s mine in Indonesia

“Jobsite” or “Mine site” – Insider name for the Grasberg mine in PapuaJakarta office – PT-FI Main office, located on the island of Java (see map)Timika – Location of the international Airport, company-operated hotel, and a large developing city outside of the PT-FI operational area


” – formerly known as the “Sheraton Papua” – Hotel in the lowlands next to the


Airport (most visitors will stay here during their visit)



aka “KK” – Town in the “Lowlands” in which the administrative offices are locatedTembagapura aka “Tembag” – Town in the “Highlands” in which the operational offices can be found and location of the Guest houses for Mine visitors9





Arrival Protocol - Jakarta

All transportation

for the duration of your stay in

Jakarta with be coordinated by the FM Travel Center via local Employee Services.

Airport transportation will either be provided by the hotel or the PTFI pool of drivers. The

driver will be waiting outside the terminal building with a sign displaying your name, the hotel logo or the Freeport-McMoRan PT-FI Logo. If you are staying in Jakarta, transportation within the city is only allowed via Employee Services or hotel transportation.Do not


public taxis or



from an unapproved




Arrival protocol – Denpasar (Bali) (transit)

The most common way to access Jobsite (Timika) is via


or Denpasar (Bali).

Airfast or Garuda are the preferred carriers for onward connections to Timika.If a layover in Bali in scheduled, the FM Travel Center will reserve a day room at a company preferred hotel to allow travelers to rest before connecting to their early morning (typically approx. 02:00) Garuda or Airfast flight to Timika.


hotel offers a shuttle bus to/from the airport at no extra charge


Please plan to be back at the airport 1 ½ - 2 hours prior to your flight.



Arrival in Timika through Cairns/Australia

Airfast’ is the


airline arriving from Cairns/Australia to service Timika International. All travelers have to transfer onto an Airfast flight to arrive at

jobsite from Cairns.Airfast flights scheduled between Cairns and Timika are limited. The current schedule is every Monday and third Thursday of each month. This is subject to change and should be confirmed prior to planning your trip. Travelers can review the Airfast schedule on the PT-FI home page or through their assigned travel agent. Commercial flight arrivals into Cairns with a same day connection to the Airfast flight requires a minimum of three hours connect time. Baggage

cannot be checked through to


as final destination. Passengers will have to claim baggage and check in with Airfast.



to Cairns that

misconnect with Airfast will require commercial re-routing via Bali or Jakarta. This will typically delay your arrival to Timika by one or two days. 13


Arrival Protocol – Timika

Upon arrival in


, you will be taken to the

‘Rimba’ Hotel, the former ‘Sheraton Papua

’, as your contact will most likely meet you there.If you have business to conduct in the in the lowlands, reservations will be made for you at the ‘Rimba’.If business requires you to travel to the highlands, a room in one of the guesthouses in Tembagapura will be reserved.


from the lowlands to the highlands is either via helicopter or shuttle bus


Helicopter transfer is the norm, unless not available due to weather, maintenance, etc., at which time all travelers will be transported by road.


throughout the stay will be coordinated through

your sponsor. Self driving for visitors is

not permitted.14


Freeport Contacts in Indonesia

FM PTFI Office – Jakarta

Youlla Usagani – Corporate Executive Assistant

International or from cell phone: +62 21 259 1808

Dialed from PTFI Hardline: 259-1808FM PTFI

Tembagapura – Papua Corry Martina S. – Expatriate Administration International or from cell phone: +62 901 46 9252Dialed from PTFI Hardline: 546-9252 Rimba Front desk International or from cell phone: +62 901 49 4949Dialed from PTFI Hardline: 549-4949FM PTFI Jobsite – SecurityGeorge Gephart

+62 811 495


Mark Young

+62 812 4860 8146

Scott Ervin (Lowlands) +62 812 387 3911

Brad Thomas (Highlands) +62 811 491 1081

15Always carry the phone number of your site sponsor or lead contact with you in case you cannot reach someone at one of the numbers listed





Health requirements

Freeport-McMoRan employees and consultants traveling



on short term business from the U.S. and Canada do not require immunizations.For stays less than 30 consecutive days, Malaria medication is usually not necessary but

please review the medical advisory on the FM Travel Center website or the advisory through your travel agent. Special requirements might exist for Levee/tailings visitors.Freeport-McMoRan personnel who will be residing in Indonesia should visit the FM Travel Center site to find out about necessary vaccinations.



Medical care in Indonesia

(Employees Only)

International SOS (Intl. SOS)

coordinates medical care while visiting PTFI in Jakarta as well as in Papua

Medical facilities at jobsite (in the High- as well as the Lowlands) are ISOS staffed and operated clinics which offer services equivalent to any US hospitalI

n case of any medical concern or need of medical attention, please call the ISOS dedicated assistance hotline at +1-215-942-5500 or use the local Jakarta number (to be found on your card) to coordinate any necessary assistanceIf you cannot call ISOS yourself, have somebody else call ISOS on your behalf to open the case Before departure, ensure you carry the Freeport-McMoRan ISOS Card or print one out by clicking here Member number: 11BCPA000119As additional precaution, we recommend downloading the

International SOS Assistance App

on your mobile device through




(same member number applies)



Healthcare benefits

If you are an

international assignee

your company medical plan works with Intl. SOS to pay providers for covered medical services

If you are a business traveler or on a short term assignment (less than 6 months) in Indonesia, your participation in your domestic Healthcare plan continues. All services are subject to the provisions of the benefits plansIf you are paid through Phoenix, AZ and have questions regarding your benefits, please contact the Freeport-McMoRan Benefits Service Center between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. MST, Monday through Friday at

+1-602-345-4399 outside of the U.S. 8-345-4399 site specificToll free 1-888-855-HELP (4357) inside the U.S.HR Service Center E-mail at HRSCHW@fmi.comIf you are paid through New Orleans, LA and have questions regarding your benefits, please contact Employee Services at1-504-582-4400 (within the U.S.), 1-888-882-8190 (outside of the U.S.),Employee Services E-mail at



Medical evacuation

Should you suffer an illness or trauma which cannot be treated at one of our medical facilities, ISOS will evacuate you by Air Ambulance to the nearest, most appropriate Center of Medical Excellence.

Should your condition not be life or limb threatening, an evacuation by commercial airline can be undertaken. You may or may not be accompanied by a medical staff member on this trip.

The initial stabilization will occur on-site prior to the arrival of the air ambulance.






Security Contact Information


Security – Main Switchboard


International or from cell phone: +62 901 43 4444Dialed from PTFI Hardline: 4444Highlands

International or from cell phone: +62 901 40 4444Dialed from PTFI Hardline: 4444PTFI – Lead Security ContactKelvin Kai +62 811 497 444Carry the contact information for your site sponsor as well as your ISOS card with you at all times in case it is needed while traveling.The US Embassy in Jakarta can be contacted by phone or email at:+62 21 3435-9000 Embassy Emergency Hotline for US Citizens. An embassy duty officer is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Email for general inquiries and non-emergency service



Opportunity for Self-study

Should you have the time to prep for your trip, we recommend visiting the following sites to familiarize yourself with your destination

US State Department travel


CRG Country Risk ForecastISOS web portal




General Tips


Travel & Baggage Tips

Put your name and the phone number of your destination on the inside and outside of your bag.

Carry valuables, medication, and travel documents

in your carry-on luggage.

Never pack your laptop or anything of value in a bag that you plan to check. We have no recourse for recovering stolen items. Leave expensive jewelry at home. As a foreign visitor you do not want to draw attention to yourself.

Remain aware of your surroundings. Keep your briefcase, purse, etc. close to you, particularly in public or crowded areas.Avoid military clothes / bags etc. or clothing that appears to be military in originCheck the TSA website for the most current restrictions on liquids & aerosols in your carry-on baggage




If you have any additional questions or concerns please reach out to the

FM Travel


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