Back in the mists of time, in a previous millennium, when there was no internet, I was hitch-hiking and got a lift from a bloke called Gregson. He'd just invented a first aid kit, which he called the Gregson Pack, and he was on the road flogging it to retailers. A short time later, he sold the whole thing to Survival Aids, who still sell it. I don't know if Survival Aids stuck to Gregson's original design, but it was a brilliant bit of kit. The moment you opened the pack, you were confronted by words such as 'burns' or 'bleeding', and there were little pouches containing the right stuff for the right incidents, along with clear instructions for treatment. It was staggeringly simple to use. While on the road, he also had another plastic bag containing all the items from his pack, just bundled together with no instructions. He dropped the bag in my lap and said... 'You're bleeding, so what do you do?' Well... rummage in the bag and hope there was something like plasters in there!