Normal Saline IV Flush
Instead of drawing flush from a vial with a needle, spike a bag of IV fluids with a short primary set that has needless ports that you can quickly access. Hang from ceiling of vehicle with a zip tie.
Take an AMPLE history
Apply tape to the forehead of the patient and document known medication allergies and tourniquet time (TT) (RLE, RUE, LLE, LUE).
If the patient loses consciousness or paperwork is lost, this ensures this critical information is still available to receiving medical staff.
DO NOT USE ANY ABBREVIATIONS.
Use simple easy to understand plain English with no slang to best overcome any existing language barriers.
Give strong consideration to prophylactically applying a tourniquet to the affected limb without tightening in all but the most minor cases of hemorrhage. Situations can change rapidly and being prepared for the unexpected is the safest practice.