"A special program has been developed, which has been perfected with our colleagues, and we understood its necessity," head of Roscosmos Igor Komarov told the Rossiya-24 broadcaster.
Komarov said the program relies on inspections and the likely causes of the December 1 Progress accident in south Siberia.
"This applies to welds, pyrotechnic fasteners, oxidizer pumps and the assembly of all engine components," he said.
The Progress MS-04 space freighter burned up in the atmosphere and its debris fell in Tuva Republic after a faulty launch on board a Soyuz-U carrier rocket on December 1.
Roscosmos said last month a ruptured oxidant tank on the third stage of the Soyuz-M most likely caused the accident.