Well it makes sense to have an amusement ride safety week since they have other kinds of prevention weeks, and unless the children are living in a hole i would imagine ALL of them will be on amusement rides this summer
However you can drill it into their heads all you want, when they see their friends rocking the seat on a ride, they will most likely do it too, if they see their friends putting their hands up on a ride, they will also do it.
What needs to happen is strict enforcement of the no rocking the seat rule, if someone is rocking at the top of the wheel, bring their seat down and escort them out of the park without a refund, or if its a carnival ride bring the seat down and usher them off the ride without a refund for not following the rules.
I dont see rocking too much on the eli wheel but once in a while you will get a stupid person who doesnt heed the warnings.
The problem is most people take amusement rides for granted and believe they are safe devices no matter how you are behaving on them, in reality amusement rides are large machines just like a chainsaw that should be used with care both by operators and the guests riding them, and since they are large machines they can also hurt you if you do not heed all warnings.