"Manufacturing covers a broad spectrum of jobs, each of which differs in its requirements. The questions you are asked in a manufacturing interview will depend on the tasks you are expected to perform. As most manufacturing jobs revolve around creating components and assembling components into products, you can expect to be interviewed about your ability to perform repetitive assembly line-style tasks with precision and accuracy. You may also be asked about any physical disabilities that would prevent you from lifting heavy objects or performing other typical factory floor tasks."
Hypothetical - What would you do if someone wasn't following strict protocol on the manufacturing floor?
Politely remind the individual that they need to follow protocol for the product to be shipped proper. If the problem isn't fixed right then and there, try to get a supervisor to help out.