An emergency 'Message in a Bottle' plastics tub, used as part of a voluntary scheme established by local Lions Clubs to provide users with the opportunity to record their personal medical history on a form that is then stored in the tub and kept in the fridge for emergency service personnel to access. Message in a Bottle (MIAB) helps paramedics, police, fire-fighters and social services to save valuable time in identifying an individual and being alerted to allergies, medication and next-of-kin. A sticker is provided to inform that the homeowner is using this potentially life-saving initiative. More than 6 million, free of charge, Message in a Bottle kits have been distributed in Britain to date. Lions Clubs International was founded in 1917 and is a voluntary organisation set up for people to provide support to projects within their local communities. Globally, it has more than 1.4 million members in 48,000 clubs serving 200 countries. The small, white coloured, polypropylene (PP) tub has a green coloured, low-density polyethylene (LDPE) snap-on lid, both injection moulded.