Below from Digitalfire.com.
Note that I am the kinda' guy that says if there is no data available..... then treat the material as if it were hazardous until proven not to be so. Kinda' like basic gun safety....... is that gun loaded?
II. Exposure Control/Personal Protection : This material will be used in the molten form. Protective clothing against splashes, thermal gloves, and ocular protection must be worn to prevent wounds. Use the melted material in well ventilated sectors. While working in confined areas, use suitable respiratory protection.
G. Products of dangerous decomposition : Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and other products such as aldehydes and ketones according to the oxidation state, aldehydes being able to be very irritating.
I. Experimental Toxicology : In the rat, chronic ingestion showed its accumulation in certain target organs, such as the liver and spleen, associated with nonspecific immune response.
II. Absorption : This product is absorbed by the respiratory tract.
III. Acute Effects :
A. Inhalation : If heated it emits paraffin wax fumes : - possible irritation of the eyes and the respiratory tract, more particularly in sensitive individuals - nausea.
IV. Chronic Effects : Inhalation of aerosols (if heated) : - cough - sputum production - exertional shortness of breath - possibility of pulmonary damage (lipoidic pneumonia) - alveolitis and interstitial fibrosis.
V. Pregnancy :
A. Effects on development : No data concerning antenatal development was found in the consulted documentary sources. B Effects on the reproduction : No data concerning reproduction was found in the consulted documentary sources. C Data on the mother's milk : There is no data concerning excretion or detection in mother's milk.
VI. Carcinogenic Effects : The available data do not make it possible to make an adequate evaluation of the carcinogenic effect.
VII. Mutagenic Effects : No data concerning a mutagenic in vivo or in vitro effect on cells of mammals was found in the consulted documentary sources.