I just got off the phone with a consultant friend of mine and he was telling me that I was mistaken about a Preventive Control being the FSMA equivalent of a CCP in HACCP. In my FSPCA courses they never mention CCP's. But he was telling me that in my food safety plan I was developing that my justification in column 4 of why I do not feel like the food safety hazards require a preventive control are actually my preventive controls. I considered them PRP's or oPRP's. I have things like magnets, screens, approved supplier program, and water testing listed.
We are strictly an animal feed producing facility in the USA.
Looking for help on clarifying if they are the same thing or if I am misunderstanding their use.
I attached my rough draft for you to review.
Are they the same and used to talk about the same principles (HACCP = CCP while FSMA = Preventive Controls) or are they completely different?