OSHA’s new map tool tracks one indicator: the number of workplace health and safety investigations that have led to high fines.

OSHA’s new webpage identifies high penalty cases in all U.S. states and territories – whether they operate under federal OSHA or an OSHA-approved state plan.

Click on a state, and the map will list all enforcement cases with initial penalties of $40,000 or more, beginning on Jan. 1, 2015.

The cases are also listed in table format. Hyperlinks lead to more inspection details. Click on the map and see how your state stacks up – and find potential targets for safety supply sales.

Here are companies in Texas that have been assessed with high OSHA penalties in 2015, including their case numbers, location, date of penalties, and amount of fines:

noncompliant companies