Welcome to the HIV forum. You have been asking questions about low- or zero-risk exposures related to HIV transmission intermittently on this and other forums for a couple of years, and your own statement suggests you know the answers to this one.
"am i correct those activities should pose no risk for HIV transmission?" Yes.
HIV is not transmitted by hand-genital, hand-oral, kissing, or other sorts of indirect contact with secretions. It is only transmitted by sex that involves a bare penis (no condom) inserted inside someone's vagina, rectum or (rarely) mouth. And it sounds like you had a partner who doesn't have HIV, since it is uncommon for people to lie when asked directly about HIV status.
Here is a thread that explains why there is no risk from exposures of this sort. Start reading with my follow-up comment December 14: http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/1119533
Regards-- HHH, MD