Ok... Sorry it took so long, but I kinda lost the links in my history, and had to find them again. Most of what I posted I kinda learned when I was gonna go to Indo and research sea snakes.... but here's stuff for land snakes...
This second one should be a document with protocols that have been implemented and others that have been discarded. It's roughly 40 pages, but the first few are on first aid protocol, including the "Do it R.I.G.H.T." Method:
"R. = Reassure the patient. 70% of all snakebites are from non-venomous species. Only 50% of bites by venomous species actually envenomate the patient
I = Immobilise in the same way as a fractured limb. Use bandages or cloth to hold the splints, not to block the blood supply or apply pressure. Do not apply any compression in the form of tight ligatures, they donít work and can be dangerous!
G. H. = Get to Hospital Immediately. Traditional remedies have NO PROVEN benefit in treating snakebite.
T= Tell the doctor of any systemic symptoms such as ptosis that manifest on the way to hospital."
If the link doesn't work I can send the document, or tell you how to google it.