You can lower the limiter ceiling closer to -1.0dBFS (a common thing). -0.2dB was the old unofficial standard for the CD days. You want to leave headroom for mp3/lossy ending as well down the line as that will also increase peak levels slightly.
You can insert another limiter in the “Final/Effects Dithering” slot of the master section.
I would suggest Tokyo Dawn Limiter 6 using just the final output section and set the ceiling to the same as your main limiter. It will only limit the peaks that rise from the SRC change which is good.
Of course, you want to dither after the SRC regardless of adding another limiter or not, so this is why the “Final/Effects Dithering” section exists, and after the Resampler section.
Maybe there is a built-in WaveLab plugin that handles true-peaks nicely but I really suggest Limiter 6 because you can use the “Delta Mode” to hear just the peaks that it catches to be sure that you’re doing very minimal adjustments and nothing major.