of course, my fat butt is not climbing up there to do so after words.
Reason for me asking that is to show that you, like most considerate and time-conscious people, will do as much prep work before hand as possible and will have everything as close to ready to go as possible before you start the actual loading process.
The loading ramp should only be required to physically move your equipment into or out of your vehicle, and the time it takes to do that, plus minimal securing of equipment so that it doesn't move out of position, is all the time it should take for you to load up at the ramp. If you are going to be slow or you are unsure about how it is going to go, then try to pick a time when you won't be in anyone's way such as early in the morning or late at night. At our meets, if you wait and load up at 7 PM, then there is usually nobody waiting for the loading ramps and you can take all the time that you need. Once someone else is waiting on you to finish, then the focus should be getting out of the way as quickly as possible.
One other thing that I might point out... How well you secure your equipment might also depend on how far you have to travel with it. For instance, if I'm going home from our club track, I don't put nearly as many straps down on the cars because I'm only going about 25 miles, and almost all of it is rural driving on a good road. When I get home, all I have to do is unhook the trailer and I'm done. If I was going to, let's say Texas and would have to drive through Arkansas with their terrible roads, I would add quite a few more straps to everything to make sure it wasn't going to bounce around too much.