Chances are that you would indeed be ‘safe’ if that is the right word from fatality.
Death by electric shock is usually associated with the heart either stopping or fibrillating but you could be killed or seriously injured by reflex reaction to shock such as falling off a ladder or beign thrown backward by involuntary muscular response into something unyielding.
It takes very little current to stop the heart which is why it is so dangerous but if there is no passage across it then your reaction will usually prevent fatality.
The most dangerous shocks are the ones that go through one arm and out the other followed by through one arm and out the oppsite side foot.
Arc burns are very serious injuries indeed and are the other way of being killed by electricity.
In your case you would stand an extremely good chance of losing your finger as the passage of current will cause an arc burn, imagine the arc of a welder going through it.
I should imagine this would be painful.
Do it wrong - you’ll lose an arm.