I have a dog tag with name,blood group and passport number on it. ICE on phone to her indoors.I reuse waterproof envelope labels and put them in a lot of the stuff in my pack,wallet,phone etc.
My insurance details are in Dropbox on the phone. in case I am not able I have a note in my wallet and passport for Physicians to contact my Insurance company to gain permission before treatment- seems extreme I know but I met a guy on a US trail stuck with a $3000 bill for ER treatment and layover after a snake bite.
I am more concerned about the despoilation caused by construction works needed to erect the pylons eg site roads to gain access, these works need careful reinstatement conditions. Undergrounding and undersea is still damaging to the environment.
My quick breaking camp advice is to touch things only once.Get organised -not pick up and put down.Pack stuff away in the order you use to put in the pack. Eg roll up sleeping bag put in stuff sack put in backpack- not put down on ground for later packing.
Any gear not to be used overnight can be left in pack, or repacked, or at least put in line for a quick pack next morning.
All this can be done in the shelter even if it is raining, you emerge from the shelter, clothes on from day before even if wet with all the gear packed away and still dry. This leaves only the shelter to break down and put away.
In my case this system avoids OMFT(old mans f*arting about time)