So most resins are laser safe but not laser easy.
I’ve tried cutting some stabilized stuff, mostly black palm, and it was difficult to cut reliably.
So I think as long as it’s not chlorinated like pvc it’s safe for your machine. The fumes will be toxic but then pretty much everything you laser will be. If your vent setup is working well that’s less concerning.
That leaves figuring out good settings as your biggest issue. Any non-homogenous material is going to be tricky, stabilized woods will have uneven distributions of resin and wood. Even heavily variable non-stabilized wood like zebrawood, ambrosia maple, and almost any spalted species are tricky: to get through the harder parts you have to overpower the cuts which usually leads to excess charring and potential fire risk on the easier parts.
For what it’s worth there are good material test methods, but if you run your test on a sample that’s easy to cut and then your main job is on harder sections (or vice versa)… you can see how it’ll be unpredictable.
Anyway, good luck. There’s some more info - there are two sections that are relevant here: #6 and #4