This is an overlay of the sensitivity curve of Ilford MG-IV with the amber LED emission spectrum (the blue curve) I've been using with that paper. The horizontal wavelength scale is matched. No attempt was made to correlate the vertical intensity/sensitivity scales. You can see that the paper sensitivity is rapidly heading toward zero as it approaches the output of the LED. You should, of course, test. But I find no fogging at very comfortable lighting levels and times for me with this combination. Note that there are different peak outputs for amber LEDs, mostly between 580 and 595 nm. Staying nearer the high end of that range is probably better.
I did find the Thomas safelight to fog relatively quickly when I was using it in a lab with Kodak Poly RC-III. I had to close the vanes completely in a very large darkroom with high, dark ceilings. The person working that darkroom before me must never have produced a really clean white. Of course no one is using that combo much these days. Many of my musings are solely of historical interest.